How to define package 'provides'

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    What I’m trying to do is build two rpms. The first one is a local library of Perl modules, and the second one is a fax application that relies on the Perl modules. The problem that I am having is that I am getting an error when I try to install the second application rpm like so:


error: Failed dependencies:

        /opt/VBSPerl/bin/perl is needed by fax-2.3-82.x86_64

        perl(Asterisk::AMI) is needed by fax-2.3-82.x86_64  


The first rpm contains the path to the Perl interpreter and the Asterisk::AMI Perl module so that’s not the problem.  I can get around the error by using the –nodeps option when trying to install the module, but that really doesn’t solve the problem. To me, I see two solutions, the first one where I define the Perl module rpm as providing the dependencies, and the second one where the application rpm is built but doesn’t check for dependencies. To me, the first option is the better answer. I tried the first option in the Perl library spec file but, but that didn't fix it.


Provides: /opt/VBSPerl/bin/perl, perl(Asterisk::AMI), perl(Carp), perl(DBI), perl(FindBin), perl(lib), perl(strict)


I also tried the following in the application spec file without success.

AutoReqProv: no

Autoreq: no

%define __find_requires %{nil}  



I’m really stumped here, and I know that the answer is probably going to be something obvious. If anyone has any insight at all, I would greatly appreciate it.

Best Regards;

John V.

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