fre, 26.10.2007 kl. 14.26 -0500, skrev Michael Wolf:
I just finished up the first version of http://en.opensuse.org/GNOME/Packaging/Simple_program_package , which documents a simple yet reasonably complete .spec file.
From your wiki:
Build requirements Here we list build requirements. This should be a minimal set of dependencies required to build the package. Note that if one package requires another, then it is only necessary to list the requiring package. For example, if your program uses functionality provided by the glib2 package and the gtk2 package (a common occurrence), then it is only necessary to explicitly list gtk2-devel, since gtk2-devel depends on glib2-devel.
Maybe some info on how to find out deps like that? Or is that too obvious? What I'm asking here is a example of the cli-fu that is needed to find out that.
I have foo.src.tar.gz. In the readme it lists requires x,y and z. x and y are deps of z, but how do I, the first time packager know this.