[Slackbuilds-users] Few bugs I noticed
rw at rlworkman.net
Mon Nov 17 05:23:42 UTC 2008
On Thu, 13 Nov 2008 23:03:28 +0100
Jakub Jankowski <shasta at toxcorp.com> wrote:
> # There is a hardcoded i486 in the configure line. Is it intentional?
> # --build=i486-slackware-linux
It was not; fixed.
> # the part of mplayer.SlackBuild where link to font
> # is created looks like this:
> # ln -fs /usr/share/fonts/TTF/\$font subfont.ttf
> # but instead it shouldn't have the leading slash:
> # ln -fs usr/share/fonts/TTF/\$font subfont.ttf
As discussed on IRC, this is intentional.
> # x264 version 20070722 isn't sufficent for multimedia/mplayer.
> # if you upgrade to newer version, be careful - recent versions
> # (I tested on 20081112) don't support --enable-gtk switch.
Should be addressed in next update.
> # k9copy's README says:
> # NOTE: libdvdread and libdvdnav conflict; DO NOT INSTALL BOTH.
> # but libraries/libdvdread/README and libraries/libdvdnav/README don't
> # mention it. In fact, libdvdnav's README says:
> # libdvdnav requires libdvdread, also available from Slackbuilds.org
> # there seems to be a template for man pages included in the final
> build # in $PKG/usr/man/manm. it's useless, why just don't remove it
> with this: # rm -rf $PKG/usr/man/manm
> # the chown root:root line is commented out
Fixed in our copy; might also be addressed in next update.
> # this is a simple perl script that installs to /usr/bin
> # and /usr/lib/cgi-bin (why there?)... is there any reason
> # it's not a 'noarch'? there are no binary components.
Vincent - comments?
> # there are leftovers from times when 1.3.x was beta. So this:
> # rm -rf $PRGNAM-src-$VERSION-beta
> # and this:
> # cp -rf $TMP/$PRGNAM-src-$VERSION-beta/locale/*.po
> $PKG/usr/share/locale/ # is wrong and shouldn't contain the "-beta"
> part. # Also, audacity's README doesn't mention possible use of
Addressed in next update.
> And ninth, general question. Aren't doinst.sh scripts supposed to
> contain *all* the paths relative to the /? There are lots of
> SlackBuilds that use /usr/bin/update-mime-database
> or /usr/bin/update-desktop-database in doinst.sh.
As discussed on IRC, these are intentional.
> I hope you find those issues relevant.
Indeed; thanks for the reports!
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