It’s greatly annoying that I am not able to do koji scratch builds or fedpkg builds. I had discussion with nirik at #fedora-admin. He asked me to show him the outputs of a couple of commands. I updated to koji 1.6. Still, the problem is persistent. I guess, it is not actually a bug, otherwise others would have surely reported. I think it is some small configuration issue that is being overlooked.
You can see my bug report at https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=668947.
Anyone is welcome to help.
This is the first time I am packaging a software.
I chose xnoise. I have been using xnoise (compiled
from the source repository) for sometime and I like it.
What is Xnoise?
Xnoise can play every kind of audio/video data that gstreamer
can handle. Xnoise uses a tracklist centric design and uses
a hierarchical tree structure media browser. It also has a
plugin interface. Xnoise is always running in a single instance,
so that music files that are associated with it, will always be
added to the tracklist instead of starting a new instance.
Xnoise is written in vala. This means it is compiled to pure
Gobject/C and therfore very fast and lightweight compared
with other Gtk music players written in mono or python.
The license of xnoise is GNU GPL v2 or later. There is a
license exeption for the distribution together with non-GPL
compatible gstreamer plugins.
SPEC URL : http://rtnpro.dgplug.org/Packages/xnoise/xnoise.spec
SRPM URL : http://rtnpro.dgplug.org/Packages/xnoise/xnoise-0.1.2-1.fc12.src.rpm
Bugzilla URL : https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=586433
Koji scratch build URL :
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