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In the past, SCL macros were allowed to be present inside of mainstream packages if they were not used.  Since we're now building SCLs, we are now enforcing a strict separation.  Packages '''MUST''' be updated to restrict SCL macros to only those packages particularly approved as part of an SCL.
 
In the past, SCL macros were allowed to be present inside of mainstream packages if they were not used.  Since we're now building SCLs, we are now enforcing a strict separation.  Packages '''MUST''' be updated to restrict SCL macros to only those packages particularly approved as part of an SCL.
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[[Category:Packaging guidelines drafts]]

Latest revision as of 15:15, 3 July 2014

The following needs to be updated for the SCL Guidelines:

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Packaging:Guidelines#Software_Collection_Macros

Software Collection Macros

Software Collections are to be kept to separate packages from mainstream packages similar to how MingW packages are managed.

In the past, SCL macros were allowed to be present inside of mainstream packages if they were not used. Since we're now building SCLs, we are now enforcing a strict separation. Packages MUST be updated to restrict SCL macros to only those packages particularly approved as part of an SCL.