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Re: [Bug-gnubg] new rpms for redhat and suse

From: Achim Mueller
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] new rpms for redhat and suse
Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2007 17:16:55 +0200
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Hi Christian,

* Christian Anthon <address@hidden> [070606 13:30]:
> The database.example file is well commented, this file is supposed to
> be renamed to database and placed in ~/.gnubg. I think having a per
> user based setup and copying database.example to ~/.gnubg/database on
> first run will be the simplest (the code will need to be changed for
> that, I'll test on my own machine and report back to you). I think a
> file having the following lines
> gnubg*type sqlite
> gnubg*database gnubg.db
> gnubg*games yes
> should be sufficient. Then you'll need gnubg.game.sql. sqlite3, and
> python-pysqlite2 (at least that is the name on debian) will have to be
> installed as well.

ok, got it and it already runs. I never used sqlite but it seems to be
much more simple than mysql or postgresql.

The per user based setup should be the best, just a small dialog like
"name and location of database". But I have no idea of how to put this
into a rpm post script besides writing a small wrapper script for gnubg.
I already thought about doing this for creating desktop and menu icons.

The big question is whether we use sqlite as default db and create some
dependencies on it. Or shall this also be part of a possible wrapper

Who did create the the debian and (k)ubuntu packages? Shall we discuss
this in pm?



PS. I know I'm insistent, but do the rpms for fedora work nwo?

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