#3 RPM 4.2 no-requires support

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2004-02-06
2004-02-03
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First off, there's a slight error on line 683. I
believe you meant .= rather than =. With =, the
_use_internal_dependency_generator line gets clobbered,
so the custom requires script is never called.

Even after fixing this, I've ran into issues where RPM
calls __find_requires instead of __perl_requires. I
have yet to discern any rhyme or reason for which one
RPM opts to use during a particular build, but I've
found the easiest fix is simply to specify both.

This patch fixes both of these.

Discussion

  • Erick Calder

    Erick Calder - 2004-02-06
    • status: open --> closed-accepted
     
  • Erick Calder

    Erick Calder - 2004-02-06

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    I did in fact mean .= instead of = so thanks for that fix. I've
    applied the patch - it will be included in the next release.

    In the meantime you can pick up the unreleased latest from
    the home page.

     

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