no. Since the kde-package conflicts with the non kde version, nothing will
By the way, the package can be found at
On Wednesday 26 December 2012 16:10:28 Henri Gomez wrote:
installing lib from /kde4/usr/lib could broke stuff in /usr/lib ?
2012/12/22 Joachim Langenbach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm trying to create a RPM, which produces three packages for a library. The
first is the library without kde bindings, the second is the library with kde
bindings and the third is the development package. I'm using the following file
structure for installing:
1. library without kde installs into RPM_BUILD_ROOT (includes the header and
other developing files)
2. library with kde installs into RPM_BUILD_ROOT/kde4
I choose this sepparation, because both libraries are building the
libengsas.so file, with identical API, but different internal bindings. So
applications, using libengsas, can link against one version of it and it is
independent from the one, which the user has installed on the system.
But I have not found a way to tell RPM in the "%files kde" that the directory
/kde4/usr/lib must be installed at /usr/lib on the users machine, when
installing the package.
Is there a way, I can solve this problem?
I'm appreciated for any help.
Received on Wed Dec 26 23:50:36 2012