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Re: [opensuse-ruby] -rvendor-specific doesn't exist in ruby 1.9 in Factory
On 06/04/2012 10:01 PM, Stephan Kulow wrote:
On 04.06.2012 12:52, Tim Serong wrote:
On 06/04/2012 08:46 PM, Stephan Kulow wrote:
On 04.06.2012 12:43, Marcus Rueckert wrote:

1. so instead of providing one little file to install things to
vendor_ruby we will patch every single setup.rb to support a --vendor

Every single setup.rb of the two we have in factory, yes :)

2. another option would be of course to move all our own code into gems
... and install it that way.

ruby-fcgi is your package afaik.

Actually, I've just realised we've also got rubygem-ruby-fcgi, which is
newer than and obsoletes ruby-fcgi. So I guess I should probably
deletereq ruby-fcgi from Factory and request rubygem-ruby-fcgi go in in
its place?
That's what happened to e.g. ldap a while ago. And gem already knows
about vendor support.

OK, I've submitted: (add rubygem-ruby-fcgi) (delete ruby-fcgi)

(removing -rvendor-specific from ruby-fcgi gets the build a bit further,
but it then dies with errors like "'struct RString' has no member named
'ptr'" which I'll guess are 1.8/1.9 issues).
Yes, but those are easy to port. It's something around

Ah, fair enough. Still, my vote would be rubygem-ruby-fcgi as above -
seems cleaner than fixing ruby-fcgi. Also, it's a slightly newer
version, and the changelog actually mentions supporting ruby 1.9 :)


Tim Serong
Senior Clustering Engineer
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