[Spice-devel] Spice in Fedora Rawhide?
kraxel at redhat.com
Thu Apr 22 07:27:08 PDT 2010
> Getting upstream qemu to have the patches sounds important regardless, but
> I'm unclear on the first part of what you say here. Wouldn't any libraries
> needed for spice by definition be used by an application?
That application would be qemu ...
>> This work is led by Gerd Hoffmann and can be followed in this list. We
>> hope to have patches that we can send to upstream qemu very soon.
> I think it'd probably be productive to have the existing (or a new) yum
> repository for fedora ready to go. It could hold the patched qemu, plus
> RPMs of nightly snapshots of the source. Does that make sense? It's
> something I could work on if it'd be helpful.
It would be great, yes. Weekly would be good enougth I think, there are
not *that* much changes flowing in at the moment.
All you need is:
(1) a recent pixman version (rebuilding the rawhide version for f12
(2) spice-protocol package
(3) spice package. You need the api.v3 branch from this repo:
(4) qemu + patches. spice.v3 branch from this repo:
> I don't see any spec file templates in the git trees -- do you have those
> internally somewhere?
There are internal repos with rhel6 bits rebuilt for fedora. I suspect
for snapshots of latest bits the rhel6-beta spec files don't help that
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