Hello community,

here is the log from the commit of package bitlbee for openSUSE:Factory checked 
in at 2017-07-17 09:12:18
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Comparing /work/SRC/openSUSE:Factory/bitlbee (Old)
 and      /work/SRC/openSUSE:Factory/.bitlbee.new (New)
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Package is "bitlbee"

Mon Jul 17 09:12:18 2017 rev:10 rq:510324 version:3.5.1

Changes:
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--- /work/SRC/openSUSE:Factory/bitlbee/bitlbee.changes  2017-06-26 
15:56:47.621330266 +0200
+++ /work/SRC/openSUSE:Factory/.bitlbee.new/bitlbee.changes     2017-07-17 
09:12:19.262109979 +0200
@@ -1,0 +2,6 @@
+Mon Jul 10 10:29:45 UTC 2017 - jeng...@inai.de
+
+- Remove storytelling from description.
+- Command and comment cleaning.
+
+-------------------------------------------------------------------

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Other differences:
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++++++ bitlbee.spec ++++++
--- /var/tmp/diff_new_pack.bFtftn/_old  2017-07-17 09:12:19.738042941 +0200
+++ /var/tmp/diff_new_pack.bFtftn/_new  2017-07-17 09:12:19.738042941 +0200
@@ -45,19 +45,9 @@
 Requires(pre):  shadow
 
 %description
-We are both console lovers. But it is annoying to have a few tty's open with
-chat things in them. IRC, ICQ, MSN, Jabber... For X there is Gaim, which
-supports many chatprotocols. Why wasn't there such a thing for the console?
-
-The idea to port Gaim was easily thought of, of course. But we liked our IRC
-clients. And we used it the most, so we used it best. Importing it into the
-IRC client was a nice idea. But what if someone liked a different client. Then
-(s)he had to duplicate our work.
-
-That's a shame, we thought. Doing work twice is pointless. So when Wilmer got
-the ingenious thought in his mind while farming, to create an IRC to other
-chatnetworks gateway, we were both so excited, that we started working on it
-almost immediately. And the result is BitlBee.
+BitlBee is a gateway between instant messaging and an IRC client.
+With it, one's IRC client program can be reused and no extra IM program
+will need to run.
 
 This package comes with support for MSN, Jabber, Oscar and Yahoo, as well as
 enabled flood protection.
@@ -68,19 +58,9 @@
 Requires:       %{name} = %{version}
 
 %description doc
-We are both console lovers. But it is annoying to have a few tty's open with
-chat things in them. IRC, ICQ, MSN, Jabber... For X there is Gaim, which
-supports many chatprotocols. Why wasn't there such a thing for the console?
-
-The idea to port Gaim was easily thought of, of course. But we liked our IRC
-clients. And we used it the most, so we used it best. Importing it into the
-IRC client was a nice idea. But what if someone liked a different client. Then
-(s)he had to duplicate our work.
-
-That's a shame, we thought. Doing work twice is pointless. So when Wilmer got
-the ingenious thought in his mind while farming, to create an IRC to other
-chatnetworks gateway, we were both so excited, that we started working on it
-almost immediately. And the result is BitlBee.
+BitlBee is a gateway between instant messaging and an IRC client.
+With it, one's IRC client program can be reused and no extra IM program
+will need to run.
 
 This package contains the user guide:
   %{_docdir}/%{name}/user-guide
@@ -91,19 +71,9 @@
 Requires:       %{name} = %{version}
 
 %description devel
-We are both console lovers. But it is annoying to have a few tty's open with
-chat things in them. IRC, ICQ, MSN, Jabber... For X there is Gaim, which
-supports many chatprotocols. Why wasn't there such a thing for the console?
-
-The idea to port Gaim was easily thought of, of course. But we liked our IRC
-clients. And we used it the most, so we used it best. Importing it into the
-IRC client was a nice idea. But what if someone liked a different client. Then
-(s)he had to duplicate our work.
-
-That's a shame, we thought. Doing work twice is pointless. So when Wilmer got
-the ingenious thought in his mind while farming, to create an IRC to other
-chatnetworks gateway, we were both so excited, that we started working on it
-almost immediately. And the result is BitlBee.
+BitlBee is a gateway between instant messaging and an IRC client.
+With it, one's IRC client program can be reused and no extra IM program
+will need to run.
 
 This package contains development files for external plugins.
 
@@ -111,14 +81,12 @@
 %setup -q
 
 # make it verbose!
-find . -name Makefile -exec sed -i.orig 's|@$(CC)|$(CC)|;s|@$(LD)|$(LD)|' {} \;
+find . -name Makefile -exec sed -i.orig 's|@$(CC)|$(CC)|;s|@$(LD)|$(LD)|' {} +
 
 %build
-
-# not autoconf
+# not autoconf - cannot use %%configure
 CFLAGS="%{optflags} -fno-strict-aliasing" \
 CXXFLAGS="%{optflags} -fno-strict-aliasing" \
-# FIXME: you should use the %%configure macro
 ./configure \
     --prefix="%{_prefix}" \
     --bindir="%{_sbindir}" \


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