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pear install PEAR_Command_Packaging-0.2.0
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Release date: 2009-06-27 23:15 UTC
Release state: alpha
Release uploaded by: timj
- fix Bug #9932: cannot build specs from external channels [cellog]
- fix Bug #10116: fatal error when packaging packages from other channel [cellog]
- NEW: Can now build specs for channels as well as packages
- Can now build specs for packages from channels other than pear.php.net (bug #9932, bug #10116, bug #10254)
- @possible_channel@ now doesn't include a trailing slash (template.spec changed to accommodate)
- @possible_channel@ is now filled even if channel is pecl.php.net/pear.php.net - this is part of moving towards a less pear.php.net-centric system where the core PEAR channels are not particularly "special"
- Add the following macros:
All of these are "intelligent" in that they are empty if no files of the given type exist, plus if files do exist and are in a subdirectory dedicated to the package being RPM-ified, then make-rpm-spec will just put the top level directory in the substitution, rather than a complete file list - this makes for much shorter specs in some cases. Use of the @XXX_files_statement@ substitutions is encouraged in favour of the @files@ substitution.
- Deprecate @rpm_xml_dir@ macro - this is pointless (replaced with actual path in the template specs)
- Deprecate @arch@ macro - this gave invalid results; it should either be "noarch" or not defined, not the architecture of the machine building the spec file. Replaced by @arch_statement@ if you really want to use it, although the building of specs for compiled packages (i.e. PECL) is not supported at the moment, even though in theory it should work in a similar way.
- Fix a bug if PEAR/PackageFile.php was already included
- Fix bug #10327, bug #8630 - file prefixes sometimes generated incorrectly, stops some packages building
- Add $_spec_line_format config option to allow distributors to tune the format that additional RPM headers are added to the spec in, to match their conventions
- Internal refactoring/cleanup
- Require PHP 4.3.0+ to avoid internal cruft
- Tidy summaries (trim and remove trailing dots)