ZendFramework a library which should not be bundled?
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Hi everyone, I'm about to package Tine 2.0 (http://www.tine20.org/) and almost have a package ready for review. One open issue I would like to clarify in advance is, if I should consider the ZendFramework for PHP a library which should not be bundled according to ? At present the package is shipping it's own copy of the ZendFramework as delivered with the original Tine 2.0 tarball, but I could remove that and require the php-ZendFramework package instead. Please let me know what you think about this. Best Regards, Dominic  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Packaging:No_Bundled_Libraries -- Dominic Hopf http://dominichopf.de/ Key Fingerprint: A7DF C4FC 07AE 4DDC 5CA0 BD93 AAB0 6019 CA7D 868D
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