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Re: GNUstep make problem packaging a framework

From: Mirko Viviani
Subject: Re: GNUstep make problem packaging a framework
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2002 11:43:47 +0100

On Sat, 19 Jan 2002, Nicola Pero  wrote:

> > When I try to package a framework I have built using GNUstep make into
> > a RPM, I get the errors appended below. Apparently RPM does not like
> > the symbolic links that get created inside the bundle to designate the
> > current version... How do I fix / work around this?
> good spot - packaging of frameworks is broken without obvious fix.

What is the problem with rpm ?

> Links to framework headers will be done from the standard location of
> headers, /opt/gnustep/System/Headers/, where all other headers go - we'll
> get rid of putting framework headers in a different dir (for no reason at
> all) - I'll remove /opt/gnustep/System/Library/Headers and take advantage
> of that to simplify all make code and all compiler command line
> invocations.

If I understand correctly you would move symlinks in other dirs. Is it right ?

I hope you haven't the intention to move the _contents_ of the framework
in other dirs.

     Mirko  <address@hidden>   (NeXTmail, MIME)

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