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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH 00/14] Clean up spec files mess



Mark McLoughlin wrote:
> Hey,
>         I get treated like a war criminal when I make a change in the
> Fedora spec file and don't send it upstream, yet there are a whole
> heap of changes which haven't been pushed upstream ... only one of
> which is mine ... two changes less than DV himself :-)
> 
>         The following series of patches pulls in the changes from
> Fedora which make sense. Some of them I'm not 100% sure of:
> 
>   - defaulting to policy kit - is there some reason we don't
>     want that upstream?
>   - The python cruft thing, not sure its needed
>   - Converting NEWS to UTF-8 could probably be done upstream
>   - Requiring libselinux is dubious, doesn't autorequires handle
>     that?
> 

That's my fault. I added that to the fedora spec in the F11 time frame. On a
fresh rawhide install, libvirt wouldn't start because libselinux wasn't pulled
in. I later realized that my install was just hosed in some manner, but I had
already pushed the spec file change.

So that dependency can probably be dropped.

- Cole


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