[RULE] Abiword 2

Michael Fratoni mfratoni at tuxfan.homeip.net
Mon Jan 5 06:24:25 EET 2004

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On Saturday 03 January 2004 05:02 pm, Ingo Lantschner wrote:
> On Sat, 3 Jan 2004, Michael Fratoni wrote:
> > $ whichcd -f /usr/lib/libfribidi.so
> hey, what is this option -f ?!?! My whichcd is not aware of it? Is
> there somewhere a newer version? I was just searching on rule-hp but
> could not find it there.

The most current version is always available here:

Note that the -f flag requires the installation of the rpmdb-redhat 
package to be useful.

> > Yes, install all the dependencies. ;) Or, try rebuilding the abiword
> > package with different configure options so that it doesn't require
> > nautilus. I'm not sure if it's possible, I haven't looked at the
> > package.
> aehm - rebuilding a package - I never did it until today - may be that
> there is someone on this list who can do it? Would be an important
> help.

I'll have a look at it when I can, hopefully someone else will give it a 
shot as well.

> Other possibility: We wait until Slinky for Fedora is finished - are
> there any plans in this direction?

Plans yes. Time is an issue, as usual.
I've started on it, and have the beginnings of a minimal package list 
built. I just need a free weekend to sit down and put it all together.
It is on my list of things to do as soon as I can.

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