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Re: File listed twice Jeffrey Sherwin Mon Sep 01 06:05:17 2008

Nope. 

I'm on an isolated machine, did the install manually and a find * from the app 
root directory afterwards, and pumped that list into the %files section of the 
spec.

No file is listed twice in that listing, and the warning messages come for a 
single file in groups of 2-5.

There is no makefile and no installation script for this, just a untar and a 
bunch of file moves.

Jeff.



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Sent: Sun Aug 31 21:37:02 2008
Subject: Re: File listed twice 


Are you listing files twice? Maybe specifically and captured by a glob?

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Sent: Sun Aug 31 19:24:43 2008
Subject: File listed twice 


Hi, 

 

I am trying to build RPM files for my software, and keep seeing warnings during 
the rpmbuild process:

 

warning: File listed twice: [file name]

 

I see this repeatedly for each file (and there are many). I recognize this may 
be the result of testing my build spec over and over again, but how do I clear 
those errors out? Where are the files being listed twice? These files are not 
listed twice in the %files list.

 

I am working on i386 Redhat 5ES. 

 

Thanks,

 

Jeff.

 


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