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Re: adesklets.spec



On Sun, 2007-06-10 at 09:10 -0400, Jeff Sheltren wrote:
> On Jun 10, 2007, at 8:25 AM, Marc Wiriadisastra wrote:
> >
> > I appreciate the feedback Jeff.  I'm getting errors relating to the
> > following perl macro's placed in the %file section.
> >
> > RPM build errors:
> >     File must begin with "/": %{_perl_sitelib}/*
> >     File must begin with "/": %{_perl_vendorlib}/perllocal.pod
> >     File must begin with "/": %{_perl_vendorarch}/auto/adesklets/
> >     File must begin with "/":
> > %{_perl_vendorarch}/auto/adesklets/.packlist
> >
> > Also the RPM that I created before with the SPEC file that I  
> > emailed to
> > the list compiled and created the RPM I installed it and ran the
> > resultant program and I couldn't get it to segfault.  Not that I  
> > tested
> > it to thoroughly.
> >
> > Do you have a link to the explaining of the macro's so I can  
> > understand
> > them better?
> >
> > The only reason I added python and perl was because the fresh  
> > install I
> > did with the i686 didn't have perl and python in.  When I updated  
> > it, it
> > worked but yeah I'll test it.
> >
> > Again appreciate the feedback  I'll have a further play with it but
> > direction for reading would be appreciated :)
> 
> Hi Marc, that's strange, the perl macros should be defined within rpm  
> itself.  What is your build environment like (are you running  
> 'rpmbuild' directly?  From which account?  Which version of Fedora/ 
> Redhat are you running?)  Try running 'rpm --showrc | grep perl_' to  
> see how the macros are defined.  On an FC6 box, for example, I get:
> perl_sitelib       %(eval "`%{__perl} -V:installsitelib`"; echo  
> $installsitelib)
> And running the perl command listed gives me:
> $ perl -V:installsitelib
> installsitelib='/usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8';
> 
> If you install the rpmdevtools package, you should see some spec file  
> templates in /etc/rpmdevtools/ which may help.  See the perl and  
> python specs specifically.
> 
> -Jeff
I am using the rpmbuild as a local user.  I used the scripts to create
the rpmbuild directories.

[marc@Strikelap SPECS]$ rpm --showrc | grep perl_
-14: __perl_provides    /usr/lib/rpm/perl.prov
-14: __perl_requires    /usr/lib/rpm/perl.req
-14: perl_archlib       %(eval "`%{__perl} -V:installarchlib`"; echo
$installarchlib)
-14: perl_privlib       %(eval "`%{__perl} -V:installprivlib`"; echo
$installprivlib)
-14: perl_sitearch      %(eval "`%{__perl} -V:installsitearch`"; echo
$installsitearch)
-14: perl_sitelib       %(eval "`%{__perl} -V:installsitelib`"; echo
$installsitelib)
-14: perl_vendorarch    %(eval "`%{__perl} -V:installvendorarch`"; echo
$installvendorarch)
-14: perl_vendorlib     %(eval "`%{__perl} -V:installvendorlib`"; echo
$installvendorlib)

Thanks for the info I found some references for the python on the wiki
since my email.

I'll have a play with it and see where I'm stuffing up.

Cheers again,

Marc

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