Last set of changes for 1.1.3
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Tue Aug 22 19:28:30 CEST 2006
On Tue 22 Aug 2006 09:38, Sandworm wrote:
> On Sun, 16 Jul 2006 03:49:44 +1000 Nicolas Baradakis
> <nbk at sitadelle.com> wrote:
> >I've added an option --with-docdir to ./configure, so we can chose
> >directory where the documentation files will be installed. It
> >should be
> >useful to build a RPM package.
> >I'm not using a redhat-based distribution, and I can't be sure
> >solves all the problems. Please get version 1.1.3 from CVS and try
> >to run rpmbuild.
> Sorry, it took a while for me to get to this. Got version 1.1.3
> from CVS today and ran rpmbuild on Redhat Enterprise Linux 4
> (Update 3). Builds OK - very good, and the default setting Nicolas
> inserted into the spec file for "with-docdir" is fine.
> One residual issue though (a fix for which I had as part of the
> patch I had originally submitted to this list) is that
> /usr/share/doc/freeradius-1.1.3/ gets only "ChangeLog COPYRIGHT
> INSTALL README todo/". Unless the remining required files in the
> doc directory are inserted into the redhat spec file as I had done
> in the patch, those doc files will not (and do not) get copied in.
> A better fix would be to rename the files that should be copied
> into the RPM (or into an installation on any other distro) to have
> a standard prefix (say "doc-" for want of anything better) from the
> doc directory. In that case, having the line "%doc doc/doc* todo/
> COPYRIGHT INSTALL" in the spec file in the %files section will
> install everything required. What do you think?
I changed the RedHat spec file to match the suse spec file with regards %doc
Is that better?
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