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Mon, 08 Jan 2001 20:18:28 -0700
I just put in changes to the GNUstep Makefile package to allow one to
automatically generate an RPM spec file. It isn't tested very well and
isn't very configurable yet, but it should work for most projects (for
example, it will (soon) generate a proper spec file for all the GNUstep
packages except gstep-make).
All you are require to do is put the line
PACKAGE_NAME = xxx
in your GNUmakefile.preamble, although there are other variables you
should set in addition to this. See the make/Documenation/make.texi (not
(Same), or the rpm.make file for more information.
You need the rpm program to generate an rpm. Typically, you'd put the
source tar.gz file in /usr/src/redhat/SOURCES, and then type
rpm -ba xxx.spec
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