[Mageia-dev] help packaging lilypond

Thomas Spuhler thomas at btspuhler.com
Thu Aug 11 05:46:13 CEST 2011

On Wednesday, August 10, 2011 12:03:17 am Jani Välimaa wrote:
> 2011/8/10 Jani Välimaa <jani.valimaa at gmail.com>:
> > 2011/8/10 Thomas Spuhler <thomas at btspuhler.com>:
> >> Thanks for fixing the spec file and submit the package.
> >> I have a comment and a few questions. First the comment.
> >> an experienced packager telling someone like me (and others not so
> >> experienced packagers)  why the package build failed that built just a
> >> few month ago would have helped learning how to fix things. Now the
> >> package is built and I still don't know what the error message meant.
> > 
> > The build failed because now there are some checks which prevents
> > uploading "erroneus" packages. Check for empty %post and %preun is one
> > of those added checks. There's no such macro as %update_scrollkeeper
> > (or  %clean_scrollkeeper) so that's why your build failed. See 'rpm
> > --eval %update_scrollkeeper'
> > 
> >> why can the scrollkeepr script be removed as not required when it was
> >> required not so long ago and other distributions use it too. It
> >> supposed to be there if you have omf files, and yes lilypond-doc has
> >> such files
> > 
> > It was me who removed the scrollkeeper reqs as I only looked at %files
> > section and noticed there was no %{_datadir}/omf/ entry. The
> > filetriggers looks
> Oopsie, somehow managed to push the send button.. Anyways, the
> filetriggers only looks .omf files from /usr/share/omf/ and now after
> checking I see in lilypond they're hiding in somewhere else and out of
> filetriggers reach. I think the fix would be moving them to a correct
> place to be "available" for filetriggers (and add back reqs I
> removed).
> >> Can you please explain this in more details? I would appreciate it.
> > 
> > Sure

I guess the current build works. I have been a user for a long time and 
haven't seen any problems.
The relase version should have come out on the 8th. as soon as it shows up, 
will build it.


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