Axel Braun píše v Po 29. 10. 2018 v 16:14 +0100:
I have a python package (GooCalendar) that needs python-goocanvas.
everything is fine.
For python3 the 'Requires' in GooCalendar asks for a python-
during install it wants python3-goocanvas, which does not exist .
In fact, python-goocanvas provides a binary 'goocanvasmodule.so' in
lib64/python2.7/sitepackages, but no further python files, so it is
How could we best make it useable for py 2 and 3? (Singlespec does
this as far I could see)
I know it can get bit with complex packages, but there is a whole
section in python packaging wiki devoted to Requires where it says
quite verbatim what you need to do.
Even if you stubbornly do something exactly it warns against, to quote:
Warning: In particular, do not use %python_module for Requires.
Anyway the goocanvas is quite python dependent, It compiles against the
python devel and it can't be made to actually compile against python3
based on what I see in the git repository.