RPM package

Artem Khodush kaa@comail.ru
Mon Jul 31 14:24:00 GMT 2000

> Now I am wondering if you will release RPM packages of it or if you
> could give us the RPM spec file so that we could build our own packages.

Here is the spec file that worked for me (RedHat 6.0, rpm 3.0)

Summary: Source Navigator
Name: source-navigator
Version: 4.5.1
Release: 1
Group: Local/Development Tools
URL: http://sources.redhat.com/sourcenav/
Copyright: GPL
Packager: Artem Khodush <kaa@comail.ru>
Source: SN451.tar.bz2
%define install_dir /usr/local
%define source_dir %{_builddir}/SN451
%define build_dir %{_topdir}/zOBJDIR/SN451
Buildroot: %{_topdir}/zINSTALL/SN451
Prefix: %{install_dir}

Source-Navigator is a unique source code analysis tool that is ideal for
any situation where developers are working with an unfamiliar or complex
code base -- new engineers on projects, reengineering or code inheritance
situations, or large-scale, team driven projects.

Source-Navigator parses multi language code and builds a powerful database
of project symbol information.  Then, with S-N's intuitive GUI, developers
can navigate and browse symbol tables, class structure, cross reference
realationship, inculde structures, and more.  S-N also provides efficient
text search tools for strings in the project files as well as symbols in
the database.

With the APIs, S-N integrates into existing environments including
configuration management systems, as a framework for launching other tools
or IDEs, and allows direct access to the GUI and database for customized

%setup -n SN451 -c -T
cd ..
tar x --use-compress-program=bzip2 -f %{_sourcedir}/SN451.tar.bz2
rm -rf %{build_dir}
mkdir -p %{build_dir}
cd %{build_dir}
%{source_dir}/configure --prefix=%{install_dir}

cd %{build_dir}
make all-snavigator 1>log 2>err

rm -rf %{buildroot}/%{install_dir}
cd %{build_dir}
make prefix=%{buildroot}/%{install_dir} install-snavigator
#mkdir -p %{buildroot}/%{install_dir}/doc/snavigator-%{version}
#mv %{buildroot}/%{install_dir}/html

cd %{buildroot}/%{install_dir}/bin
strip -s abrowser cbrowser dbcp dbdump dbimp fbrowser grep hyper jbrowser
obrowser tbrowser wish



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