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Old 3rd October 2010, 09:10 PM
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Unhappy icecat : Missing BR

I'm trying to package the latest version of icecat (3.6.10)
Works fine with rpmbuild : no problem to compile and the rpm built not crashed, ;-). Enjoy.

On the other hand , I'm trying to built it cleany with mock in order to diffuse it, but I've got problem with BR doubtless.

You can see the mock error here : http://cbiot.fr/blag/error.mock.2.txt
I do not manage to find which package is missing in the call of the mock building.

The SPEC file which has generate the src.rpm is here : http://cbiot.fr/blag/icecat-3.6.10-mock.spec

I shall be very happy if somebody had an idea. Thx.


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Old 4th October 2010, 11:51 AM
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Re: icecat : Missing BR

no ideas ?

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icecat, missing

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