I'm trying to build the new version of xmoto, which now requires
sqlite-devel. I've added the BR, tested on f-7, and it was fine. My
checking for main in -lsqlite3... no
configure: error: "Linking against sqlite3 failed."
error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.5106 (%build)
It has been failing on x86_64, and I don't know if it's really a _64
problem, or if it's an sqlite problem and it's just trying _64 first.
Anyone have any thoughts, or similar experiences?
Koji link: http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=43519
novus ordo absurdum
I've built the newest Nexuiz and -data for devel. If anyone would like to
test it, I would be appreciative, as my only 3D-capable hardware has. .
.issues. If I don't hear back in a few days I'll built for f-7 and leave
it in updates-testing for awhile.
novus ordo absurdum
You probably already saw this, still just to make sure here it is again,
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Orphaning nexuiz
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 08:46:34 +0200
From: Adrian Reber <adrian(a)lisas.de>
Reply-To: List for Fedora Package Maintainers <fedora-maintainers(a)redhat.com>
I have not used nexuiz for a long time and I am therefore orphaning
nexuiz and nexuiz-data.
Fedora-maintainers mailing list
Peter Lemenkov (in the CC) just edited the wiki and moved nogravity from the
interesting games to package list to the list of games which we will not
package, because the readme in cvs states that the data files are copyrighted:
However the readme was last updated February 13, 2005 and in februari 2006 the
datafiles were added to the sourceforge download page, see:
And the release notes of this adding say:
"Release Name: 2.0
Changes: - Added GPL license."
Which to me clearly means that upstream has relicensed the data under the GPL,
also notice that if you download the latest datafiles a GPL COPYING file is
included, and that that file is the only included license info in the data tarbal.
And for the final proof, here is upstreams FAQ, which states that the gamedata
has been relicensed under the GPL as of the 2.0 gamedata release:
"You state on the download page
"No Gravity is free of charge, covered under the GPL license [...]".
Well, look, if you say No Gravity (whichever spelling is right), it means
all of it, which I learned isn't true, as the game data apparently is
Source code is GPL 2.0. Game data is under GPL (big changes compared with
So I really so no problem here, still to be really sure I'm asking here, anyone
got any objections to me moving this back to the "interesting games" list?
bpepple, I added you the CC as I saw on the nogravity forums you were
interested in packaging it back when the data was still merely freeware.