[rabbitmq-discuss] RabbitMQ RPM and its dependencies
hubert.plociniczak at gmail.com
Fri Aug 5 07:42:35 BST 2011
On 08/04/2011 05:01 PM, Alexis Richardson wrote:
> I have bcc'd Hubert.
> On Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 3:49 PM, Peter Lemenkov<lemenkov at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2011/8/4 David Wragg<david at rabbitmq.com>:
>>> Massimo Paladin<Massimo.Paladin at cern.ch> writes:
>>>> RabbitMQ RPM requires erlang which is provided by a lot of
>>> The Fedora/EPEL erlang RPM only got separated up into many packages
>>> relatively recently (about a year ago, I think). So depending on the
>>> sub-packages would limit which releases of distributions our RPM will
>>> work on.
>>> So, in order to support a wide range of distributions, our RPM still
>>> depends simply on "erlang".
>>> I expect we will reconsider this one day, but it is probably still too
>>> early today.
>> I already wrote semi-automatically working bunch of scripts (with
>> hardcoded paths and variables and other ugly stuff like that) to
>> manage issues like these (automatic Erlang dependency extraction). We
>> (I and one brave intern from Erlang Solutions, Michał Nieć) planned to
>> finish this task during GSoC but, unfortunately, we didn't get chosen.
>> Anyway I plan to return to this task as soon as I find free time, so
>> stay tuned.
>> As for RabbitMQ, I'll take a look - perhaps I could slim dependency
>> chain manually (with these semi-automatically working scripts
>> mentioned above).
>> BTW where is Hubert Plociniczak? Is he still around? I'm afraid that
>> he was offended by the angry mob after unsuccessful RabbitMQ 2.1
I wasn't offended. I used to be able to do updates fairly regularly but
because of my current work responsibilities (I do not work for rabbitmq)
I have little time for my other hobbies (like fedora packaging).
So if there is any good soul with decent understanding of fedora
packaging process and erlang/rabbitmq knowledge then I would be willing
to pass it over to him/her.
Thanks Alexis for including me in the conversation, I admit I rarely
look into this mailing list nowadays.
>> With best regards, Peter Lemenkov.
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