On 09/08/2007, CyberOrg firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On 8/8/07, Michel Salim email@example.com wrote:
I'm trying to rebuild pidgin for openSUSE 10.2, and noted that it uses %gconf_schemas_prereq, which is not available in stock 10.2 (it is in GNOME:unstable and openSUSE 10.3/Factory).
See X11:XGL project, almost all compiz packages there are built using new gconf macro.
Thanks. The only difference I see in compiz.spec is that you use
%if %suse_version <= 1021 BuildRequires: gconf2-rpm-macros %endif
so for suse_version less than or equal to 1021 (what is 1021, actually? 1020 is standard 10.2, presumably), rather than 1020 which I was using.
Build still fails with the same result! The patch spec does not seem to be applied, so the build server did not install gconf2-rpm-macros.
Going to try and just upload the full pidgin.spec rather than a diff. Hopefully that works. Any other suggestions?