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Re: mono / ".pc files in -devel packges" guideline



On Thu, 2006-05-11 at 15:08 -0400, Brian Pepple wrote:

> > Even if it is for development, is it worth forcing it off into a
> > -devel package for just one file?

If the .pc file is the ONLY file that would qualify for -devel (aka, no
headers, no static libs, nothing to develop a program against), then
there is no reason to force a -devel subpackage just for it.

HOWEVER: If you have any development headers/libraries, they need to be
in -devel. Pointing at Core packages as a "see, FC doesn't do this",
doesn't count as precedence, given that all Core packages don't even
come remotely close to meeting the Packaging Guidelines right now. :)

By FC-6, well, then we'll have a different story.

~spot
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