Currently python-gobject in the devel:languages:python and
python3-gobject in devel:languages:python3 are separated into two
However, python-gobject is linked to the version on openSUSE:Factory,
which still has python 2 and python 3 spec files in one package. Its
devel project is GNOME:Factory, which also still has both spec files.
This is leading to frequency breakage in the devel:languages:python
version, since it links to a package that has two spec files while it
only has one. If we are going to go with the separate packages we
should to it in factory as well.
It would be easy to provide a submit request for this. However,
currently python3-gobject in openSUSE:Factory and GNOME:Factory are
linked to their respective python-gobject packages, so doing the
submission now would break python3-gobject.
So if we are going to go with the separate python2 and python3
packages, can we do so for python-gobject as well? If not, we need to
either unlike python-gobject from factory, go back to using two spec
files, or remove it from devel:languages:python entirely (which may
not be a bad idea since it often depends on the latest GTK version
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