[Scitech] Cantera chemistry libraries

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Hi all,

I'm interested in developing a proper RPM for use on Fedora (and other Linux systems eventually) for Cantera [0]. I've never built packages before and could use some assistance/guidance/review.
I've got a successful build for F34/F35, but that's it so far on COPR [1].


[0] https://cantera.org/
[1] https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/fuller/Cantera/
Mark E. Fuller, Ph.D.
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