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Re: [pgadmin-support] corrections v1.2 rc2: rpm 4 madrake 10.1

From: Hugo Ferreira <hmf(at)inescporto(dot)pt>
To: "Dave Page" <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk>
Cc: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org, pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: [pgadmin-support] corrections v1.2 rc2: rpm 4 madrake 10.1
Date: 2004-12-03 10:21:20
Message-ID: 200412031021.20962.hmf@inescporto.pt (view raw or flat)
Thread:
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Dave,

>snip...
>
> > Spec file line changed:
> > ----------------------------
> >  %configure --with-wx-config=%{withwxconfig} --with-wx=/usr
>
> That's no problem - we have a couple of variations of the spec files for
> different Oss already so another one can be added.
>
> That said, it would be good to get one all-knowing all-purpose spec
> file. Does anyone know if that's do-able? Perhaps it could be
> autogenerated as part of the build process?

I not an experienced at generating rpms but I do know it is possible to test 
for the various OSs. You can see more on this at www.rpm.org in the docs 
section.

> > configure diff:
> > ------------------
> >
> > 5201a5202,5205
> >
> > >             *wx_gtk2_*)
> > >                 LIBS="$LIBS -lwx_gtk2_stc-${WX_VERSION}"
> > >                 LIBS="$LIBS $WX_NEW_LDFLAGS"
> > >                 ;;
> >
> > 5206c5210
> > <
> > ---
>
> No problem there either. Can I get some additional opinions thouogh
> before I apply these changes?
>

Ofcourse. Just wanted to contribute this so others may also use pgadmin.

Thanks for the feedback,
Hugo Ferreira.


On Thursday 02 Dec 2004 09:35, Dave Page wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: pgadmin-support-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org
> > [mailto:pgadmin-support-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org] On Behalf Of
> > Hugo Ferreira
> > Sent: 01 December 2004 10:10
> > To: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org
> > Subject: [pgadmin-support] corrections v1.2 rc2: rpm 4 madrake 10.1
> >
> > Hi,
>
> Hello,
>
> > I have had to change the src.rpm spec file and the configure
> > file to be able to generate a rpm for Mandrake 10.1. Changes:
> >
> > 1. Mandrake 10.1 makes available the wxGTK2.5-2.5.3 and
> > related packages. Only the dynamic versions of the library
> > are created, so the specs must not use the static configuration flag.
>
> OK.
>
> > 2. Mandrake 10.1 makes available the wxGTK2.5-2.5.3 and
> > related packages but these install to the "/usr" directory
> > and not the "/usr/local" so the spec file must also have the
> > configuration flag altered.
>
> OK.
>
> > 3.  The library names of the wxGTK package are:
> > 	- wx_gtk2_xrc-2.5
> > 	- wx_gtk2_html-2.5
> > 	- wx_gtk2_adv-2.5
> > 	- wx_gtk2_core-2.5 -lwx_base_xml-2.5
> > 	- wx_base_net-2.5 -lwx_base-2.5
> > Because of this the configure script must add a new entry in
> > the case switch to search for and use substring "gtk2_" and
> > not "gtk2-".
>
> OK.
>
> > I have altered the rc2 src.rpm package and used that to
> > generate a new src.rpm that can build binary packages for MDK
> > 10.1. I can make this available if anyone wants, just tell me
> > were to upload it. Please note that this package has a set of
> > minimum changes and does not comply to Mandrake standards
> > (doesn't check for package dependencies for example).
>
> Can someone else comment on whether that is likely to cause problems?
> I'm not well versed in the ways of the RPM!
>
> > Spec file line changed:
> > ----------------------------
> >  %configure --with-wx-config=%{withwxconfig} --with-wx=/usr
>
> That's no problem - we have a couple of variations of the spec files for
> different Oss already so another one can be added.
>
> That said, it would be good to get one all-knowing all-purpose spec
> file. Does anyone know if that's do-able? Perhaps it could be
> autogenerated as part of the build process?
>
> > configure diff:
> > ------------------
> >
> > 5201a5202,5205
> >
> > >             *wx_gtk2_*)
> > >                 LIBS="$LIBS -lwx_gtk2_stc-${WX_VERSION}"
> > >                 LIBS="$LIBS $WX_NEW_LDFLAGS"
> > >                 ;;
> >
> > 5206c5210
> > <
> > ---
>
> No problem there either. Can I get some additional opinions thouogh
> before I apply these changes?
>
> Regards, Dave.

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