GNOME has had an internal copy of libpopt since forever, certainly all this
Linking RPM to the *copy* of popt in GNOME is not advised because
1) RPM depends on POPT in very complicated ways unlike any other usage of the
2) you really do not want a BuildRequires on GNOME in order to build RPM
3) GNOME replaced option/arg processing with a different API several years ago,
which essentially means GNOME support for POPT is de facto "deprecated".
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