since the .c files appear to be fundamental for the functionality of
make-it-quick, I'd rather silence this one specific check via an
rpmlintrc file instead of renaming them or converting this into a -devel
Renaming them is probably a lot more work and calling it -devel will
confuse end users. Both are imho not worth it just for the sake of
silencing a single rpmlint warning.
Christophe de Dinechin <dinechin(a)redhat.com> writes:
I’m currently working on a Fedora package for make-it-quick
), a make-only build system with basic
rpmlint complains about shipping .c files in a non -devel package. The package does
contains several small .c files that are used for autoconfiguration.
One option would be to rename the package as “make-it-quick-devel”, but that seems a bit
redundant given that the whole point of the package is to be a development tool.
Another option would be to rename the files to use some custom extension for
configuration sources. But that seems more like obfuscation, and I don’t like doing that
just to silence rpmlint.
Can you suggest a good approach?
Christophe de Dinechin
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