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I'd definitely like to see rpms for installing VCL.
On Friday, June 29, 2012 9:24:03 AM Everett Toews wrote:
> Does anyone on the VCL core dev team have an interest in this? Should we
> create a JIRA issue for it?
> On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 5:00 PM, Curtis C. <serverasc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I've been working on an initial spec file for VCL 2.2.1. Currently I
> > believe all the dependencies, CPAN modules included, can be obtained
> > from the EPEL and RPMForge repositories. If the project is going to
> > support RHEL and CentOS only then providing a RPM could allow you to
> > remove the requirement to run (and maintain) the perl libs install
> > script.
> > Still a bit more work to do, but I thought I would send it along
> > before I get too far to find out if anyone has
> > suggestions/comments/criticisms. :)
> > You can see it here:
> > https://github.com/cybera/rpmspecs/blob/master/vcl.spec
> > Right now it creates 3 packages: a main doc package (just contains the
> > sql files right now), a web package, and a management node package.
> > One question I have is about the:
> > use VMware::Vix::Simple;
> > use VMware::Vix::API::Constants
> > in the VIX_API.pm file. Those libraries are not, AFAIK, distributed
> > with VCL and the official install docs don't ask to have them
> > installed either. But the rpmbuild process picks those modules up as
> > requirements.
> > Thanks,
> > Curtis.
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