Transifex update - intltool requirement (was: Need a Sysadmin Greeter)
2010/12/9 Domingo Becker <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> 2010/12/9 Kevin Fenzi <email@example.com>:
>> On Wed, 8 Dec 2010 18:42:02 -0300
>> Domingo Becker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Yes, you're right, it's sysadmin-web.
>>> I'm new in fedora-admin and I'm working on ticket 2389, about
>>> Transifex update.
>>> I have no problem to take care of Transifex once I get it updated.
>> Cool. There are several other tickets related to it...
>>> I'm currently stuck with the transifex package requirement of intltool
>>> 0.37.1 or above.
>>> CentOS 5.5 base repo has intltool 0.35.0 so I guess it would be faster
>>> for Fedora to push an update to Fedora EPEL 5 updates-testing repo.
>> Not possible I'm afraid.
>> EPEL never ships anything thats part of the base OS.
>>> I asked Matthias Lasen (mclasen), the intltool package maintainer,
>>> about the possibility to push an update to Fedora EPEL 5. I'm still
>>> waiting for an answer.
>> He's likely not going to be able to help.
>> You would need to get the RHEL maintainer (whoever that is) to push
>> such an update. I suspect they would have very strong resistance to
>> doing so in a stable release. ;(
> I tested in CentOS 5.5 with a package for F10.
> But I did that by hand.
> Doing that would be like cheating!
> And it may be not acceptable by some internal policy.
> I thought of the install to be as easy as doing a
> *yum install --enablerepo=epel-testing transifex
> I have all packages in place now, except intltool. *:-(
> Who maintains intltool in RHEL5?
> Perhaps asking...
If the package may not reach RHEL5 updates-testing, I guess we may use
the fedora-admin repo for this exception.
Is it possible?
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