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Re: package from .src.rpm ?

On Thu, Sep 14, 2000 at 01:04:49PM +1100, Timshel Knoll wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm looking at packaging glide3, which comes in a .src.rpm format.
> The .src.rpm contains 3 files (when unpacked with:
> rpm2cpio <rpmfile> | cpio -i), 3dfx.gif, Glide3.10.tar.gz and
> Glide_V3-DRI-3.10.spec.
> What's the best way of packaging this? I'm intending using Doogie's
> build system for this (as how glide 2 is done), am I best to include
> the whole .src.rpm and unpack it (using rpm2cpio | cpio -i) during
> the build process, or just include the .tar.gz file?
> Any suggestions/comments appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Timshel


Use the CVS source tree from sourceforge.net - which has both V3 and V5
support, so it saves having two .tar.gz's ... :)

Sorry everyone ...



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    Second year Computer Science, RMIT   |   CS108 Tutor (Semester 2, 2000)
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