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Old 06-30-2008, 05:04 PM
David Walluck
Default Ownership of /etc/maven/fragments and /usr/share/maven2/poms

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Deepak Bhole wrote:
| I think moving them to jpackage-utils would be sufficient, as it owns a
| multitude of other java related directories right now. I have put this

I agree. This is consistent since %{_sysconfdir}/maven is already owned
by jpackage-utils.

| Correct, technically they are not configuration related files. I'd be
happy to

Config files are specified to always have %config(noreplace) (in my
rpmlint anyway). So, unless they are user-editable files that can be
kept between upgrades, then they should be moved. I think that since
these files aren't meant to be editable and in fact must be kept in sync
with package upgrades they are not proper config files and should be moved.

| move them, but I am not sure what the best place for them is either :/ ..
| suggestions are welcome. The files serve as configuration in the sense
| that they provide maven with a "mapping" between where maven expects
| jars to be, and where they actually are on the system.

The obvious choice seems to be %{_datadir}/maven2/fragments and most
other files appear to be in %{_datadir}/maven2.

The important thing besides single ownership by jpackage-utils is to
move the maven macros into jpackage.macros so that you don't have to
change every spec just to change the location of the files.

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