On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 6:24 AM, Cheese Lee <cheese...@126.com> wrote:
> I'm working on the package request for (py)zim for Fedora. This is the review
> And I have two questions to ask:
> 1. The ./setup.py script installs exclusively two scripts with mode set to
> Is this an intended result?
Maybe I don't understand the question. These are not scripts, but
module files that are used by zim. The 0644 permission seems correct
to me for module files. Only /usr/bin/zim needs to be executable.
> 2. The ./setup.py script installs an empty file:
> What's use of this file? Is it a system-wide configure file? If so, it may
> be preferred to install the file as something like /etc/zim.conf .
> And if it is a configure file, it should contain some commented setting
> instructions and/or samples, or some default settings. After all, instead of
> leaving it empty.
Need to double check, but I think this file is packaged by mistake. I
think you can safely remove it.
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