On 17.8.2017 15:02, Richard Shaw wrote:
I'm not a python developer but I do maintain several packages
that use python and I've been unable to find clear documentation / guidelines for
Fedora on how to package software that requires pip...
The closest I've found is:
What you actually want is:
Traditionally building a package should not require internet access as everything needed
to build the package is supposed to be in the source RPM. It looks like with the increase
in use of things like GO, nodejs, and now pip, that's no longer appears to be really
That's the way how RPMs (in Fedora at least) work. If you want to
package pip installable software, you need to package all the
However the question is: Why do you want to package this software in the
first place? Is it for personal use or do you actually want to make this
be available in Fedora?
What is the software?
Am I missing something that google hasn't helped me find? Or are the packaging
guidelines struggling to keep up with how fast things are changing?
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