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Unbundle krypt libraries #1207
Pulling gem sounds somewhat better, but I have several concerns in this regard:
Pulling gem sounds somewhat better, but I have several concerns in this
since there are some changes ahead with those 'extension' gems like krypt,
would it help (in the long run) to use a 'ruby script' instead of the
This is the first step I don't understand. What is downloaded actually? If that would be:
That would sound acceptable.
But you say "download gem from a maven repository". So the gems are mirrored? Are they modified? Are they converted to jars? Are they trusted?
Since I am nor Java nor Maven expert, that would be definitely more comprehensible.
Still not sure why are the gems mavenized anyway. For Fedora, we are definitely not going to download anything from any maven repository out there, so I see it just as a complication. But I understand that your build/release process is different, so I just like to highlight Fedoras different POV and find solution which will work for both.
Well, I explored the repositories a bit and it is definitely not all that easy, otherwise I would submit PR instead ;)
On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 2:13 PM, Vít Ondruch firstname.lastname@example.org:
both come from a maven repository
not modified. not converted. just put along pom.xml in maven directory