* Eric W. Biederman ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> Linus Torvalds <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Ok, I tagged a "v0.99" thing, and pushed it out. I've also made trial
> > RPM's of it: src, ppc64 and x86. They're build on whatever random machines
> > I had, and on the ppc64 I chose to do it on my FC4 machine that has newer
> > libraries than my YDL one. The x86 thing is FC3, I do believe.
> > I haven't really verified the RPM's in any other way than a trial
> > installation on one machine, and "gitk" seemed to work. Whoop. The idea
> > being that this is a good way to check whether the rpm target works, _and_
> > cogito can have something to build against.
> A couple of pieces. The dist target has assumes git-tar-tree is in the
> path. Making it so you have to have git installed to build the rpm.
Known, and was a reasonable assumption in my environment. It's simple
> The man pages are not built. The build dependencies do not call out
> the tools necessary to build the man pages.
That was rather intentional, because the asciidoc package is not common.
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