Re: Optional %files support - (A or B or C)

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It was <2021-10-20 śro 16:51>, when Graham Leggett wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to package an Apache module in such a way that it can be built across distributions.
> The BuildRequires and Requires both work fine as follows:
> BuildRequires: gcc, pkgconfig(apr-1), pkgconfig(apr-util-1), (httpd-devel or apache-devel or apache2-devel)
> Requires: (httpd or apache or apache2)
> My next problem is the %files section. The modules will be installed in one of two locations:
> (%{_libdir}/apache2/ or %{_libdir}/httpd/modules/
> Is there a syntax like Requires that can specify a file at location A or B or C?
> Obviously the workaround is using %if to target certain macros on
> certain distros, but I've just had one of these macros arbitrarily
> disappear on a platform, so this is brittle and painful.
> Is there a better way to do this?

How about defining %{_apache_mod_dir} and using it in the %files

Łukasz Stelmach
Samsung R&D Institute Poland
Samsung Electronics

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