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[Bug 180743] Review Request: pdsh

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Summary: Review Request: pdsh


------- Additional Comments From paul city-fan org  2006-02-24 03:01 EST -------
(In reply to comment #7)
> OK fixed a bunch more things. Now all packages not just the src.rpm have almost
> all their warnings resolved:
> $ sudo rm -f /usr/src/redhat/RPMS/i386/pdsh-*;sudo cp /tmp/pdsh.spec .;sudo
> rpmbuild -ba pdsh.spec

Why are you building packages as root? This is potentially a security issue and
it can also hide some issues that may crop up when the package is rebuilt as a
regular user (some upstream packages have $(DESTDIR) missing in some Makefile
entries for instance).

; rpmlint /usr/src/redhat/RPMS/i386/pdsh-* | grep -v
> invalid-vendor | grep -v invalid-distribution | grep -v no-packager-tag| grep -v
> invalid-buildhost | grep -v no-signature
> <snip>
> W: pdsh-debuginfo non-standard-group Development/Debug
> W: pdsh-rcmd-rsh no-documentation
> W: pdsh-rcmd-ssh no-documentation
> The debuginfo package warning I think will be resolved by building in a
> different environment.

Which rpmlint are you using? I've never seen the Extras version complain about
the group used in automatically-generated debuginfo packages, nor about missing
packager tags.

I'd change the Source0 URL to:
so as not to use a specific mirror and to use the %{version} macro to save you
having to change it when upstream releases a new version.

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