On Mon, 23 Jan 2012 02:16:16 -0800
"Michael A. Peters" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 01/22/2012 08:43 PM, Michael A. Peters wrote:
> > I would like to request the following Fedora packages be built for
> > EPEL-6 if at all possible:
> > python-cssutils
> > calibre
> Ouch, it looks like the problems in building calibre is that the
> current versions anyway use some python syntax specific to python 2.7
> and newer.
Yep. calibre is pretty bleeding edge sadly.
> What version that started with I do not know, but python >= 2.7 should
> probably be added to the rpm spec file and I guess I am going to have
> to look for older src.rpm's to try and rebuild for my own use.
> It really frustrates me how many FOSS projects don't have the top down
> management necessary to demand their code work in still quite common
> versions of scripting languages used in supported business
> Ah well. I guess calibre for EPEL6 is probably out.
Yep. I would be happy to build it, but it's just too fast moving.
It also releases every week.
It also changes GUI/Interface as the author likes.
It's not something that would fit well in a 'support for 7 years' repo.
> I'd actually prefer to see an epub reader that builds on gtk-webkit
Don't know of one off hand, but good luck
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