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Re: New Package: fish



On 6/30/05, Oliver Falk <oliver linux-kernel at> wrote:
> On 06/29/2005 08:33 PM, Axel Liljencrantz wrote:
> > On 6/29/05, Oliver Falk <oliver linux-kernel at> wrote:
> [ ... ]
> >>I didn't know that fish actually _uses_ the documentation itself...
> >
> >
> > Fish ships with a shell function called 'help', which when used will
> > open the documentation at the specified section in your preferred
> > browser (fish respects the BROWSER environment variable, checks for
> > configurable commands such as 'htmlview' and 'www-browser', and if
> > none can be found, looks through a list of known browser commands. If
> > DISPLAY is not set, fish obviously only tries to use text-based
> > browsers.)
> 
> OK, I see...
> 
> [ ... ]
> 
> >>>>* Upgrades (-U) still lists /usr/bin/fish in /etc/shells twice. :-/
> >>>>  I guess a install (-i) with --force will also do this.
> >>>
> >>>*Doh* - a typo in the spec. Call me mister butterfingers. Fixed.
> >>
> >>In post, redirect the grep output to /dev/null, else it will output
> >>/usr/bin/fish to the console while upgrading/installing with force.
> >
> > How silly. Fixed.
> 
> Yes, does work now.
> 
> [ ... ]
> 
> > Then here we go:
> >
> > http://roo.no-ip.org/fish/fedora/fish-1.11.1-7.src.rpm
> 
> Apart from the from release number in the Changelog it now does look OK!

It would seems that I manage to mess _something_ up in every new attempt. :(

>
> Best,
>   Oliver
> 

Here goes, the all singing, all dancing hamstergedon-enabled fish 1.11.1-8:

http://roo.no-ip.org/fish/fedora/fish-1.11.1-8.src.rpm

--
Axel


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