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#17 fixed rpmbuild can't stand CRLF in .spec files ydario dmik
Description

It turns out that rpmbuild fails (with different kinds of errors) if the input .spec file uses CRLF as line separators. Most likely, the usual O_TEXT flag is forgotten when opening it.

This is quite important because .spec files are sometimes get processed by other tools (e.g. sed) that turn all LF to CRLF.

#18 duplicate Provide CUBE replacement ydario dmik
Description

CUBE has a very strange interface. I don't find it logical. This makes it very hard to understand and use. Besides, it has a lot of features not needed for playing with CONFIG.SYS and on the other hand it lacks some features, in particular:

  • tracking of changes made by the package and automatic removal of them on uninstall, similar to %wps_object_delete_all.
  • automatic conversion from Unix separators to DOS separators and resolving @unixroot in paths with the (()) operator (similar to our wps-object script again).

It will be relatively easy to take wps-object.cmd as a template and make a new one for the CONFIG.SYS purposes.

#19 wontfix Provide CUBE replacement ydario dmik
Description

CUBE has a very strange interface. I don't find it logical. This makes it very hard to understand and use. Besides, it has a lot of features not needed for playing with CONFIG.SYS and on the other hand it lacks some features, in particular:

  • tracking of changes made by the package and automatic removal of them on uninstall, similar to %wps_object_delete_all.
  • automatic conversion from Unix separators to DOS separators and resolving @unixroot in paths with the (()) operator (similar to our wps-object script again).

It will be relatively easy to take wps-object.cmd as a template and make a new one for the CONFIG.SYS purposes.

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