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Unofficial RPMs for libcsv

Posted 05-07-2012 at 10:32 PM by hydraMax

I completed my libcsv RPMs, with 32 bit and 64 bit packages available.
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    Looks OK to me. Maybe sign the packages with your GPG sig? Can't understand why you don't host the packages and source packages in the same place though. SF made uploading real easy and people then don't have to look in different places...
    Posted 05-09-2012 at 12:31 PM by unSpawn unSpawn is offline
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    Thanks for the comment.

    I don't provide a separate signature for RPMs because I sign them all with rpmsign, and of course I'm looking to save myself as much work as possible, so I don't want to do it twice. You can verify a package with rpmkeys --checksig <rpm_file>, after importing the key with rpmkeys --import <public-key-file>. My public key is available from:

    As to your second question: they are actually all hosted centrally on the ftp server. If you travel up the directory, you'll see everything under one package name, but in categorical subdirectories. Links on the Web page simply point to the file in the FTP repository. All future site files will get dropped into the FTP repository (some older files are still on the Web server).
    Posted 05-09-2012 at 02:53 PM by hydraMax hydraMax is offline


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