Re: Fedora sagemath 5.0.rc0 - work in progress

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2012/5/8 Jerry James <loganjerry@xxxxxxxxx>:
> On Mon, May 7, 2012 at 9:08 PM, Paulo César Pereira de Andrade
> <> wrote:
>>  In Mandriva I packaged gap packages from the
>> tarball and did not update it anymore...
>>  You may consider packaging contents from the latest packages tarball, e.g.
> We can't do that.  Some of the packages in that tarball have license
> issues, or depend on external software with license issues.  We have
> to take them one by one for auditing purposes.
>>  But should be better to follow the model you are using, and at least
>> at first, package only what sagemath "absolutely" needs, that should
>> be these packages (the missing ones that cause sage to fail to start):
> Good, we agree. :-)
>> ctbllib
>> sonata
>> guava
>> factint
>> gapdoc
>> grape
>> design
>> toric
>> laguna
>> braid
>> these should also be well maintained packages, and should all be
>> in the "approved" list of gap packages.
> That looks like a good initial list to me.

  After installing your packages, it should be missing

  But I got yet another flint problem:

  File "polynomial_integer_dense_flint.pxd", line 11, in init sage.rings.polynom
ial.polynomial_rational_flint (sage/rings/polynomial/polynomial_rational_flint.c
ImportError: /home/pcpa/rpmbuild/BUILDROOT/sagemath-5.0.rc0-1.fc16.x86_64/usr/li
.so: undefined symbol: ZZ_limbs

  You may consider a variant of this patch:
> --
> Jerry James

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