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| <code>%rakudo_rpm_version</code> || release version
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| <code>%rakudo_rpm_version</code> || release number
 
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| <code>%perl6_vendor_dir</code> || vendor directory
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| <code>%perl6_vendor_dir</code> || vendor directory (<code>%{_libdir}/perl6/vendor</code>)
 
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Revision as of 07:55, 27 June 2017


Naming Guidelines

Perl 6 module packages generally follow the naming scheme of rakudo-<Perl-6-Module-Name>.

For example if the code to load a perl 6 module would be:

use XML::Writer;

then the Name tag is:

Name: rakudo-XML-Writer

More examples for package names are: rakudo-LibraryCheck, rakudo-Readline, rakudo-Inline-Perl5

Macros

Macro Description
%rakudo_rpm_version release number
%perl6_vendor_dir vendor directory (%{_libdir}/perl6/vendor)

Directory Ownership

The directories and the version file

  •  %perl6_vendor_dir/*
    •  %perl6_vendor_dir/bin
    •  %perl6_vendor_dir/dist
    •  %perl6_vendor_dir/precomp
    •  %perl6_vendor_dir/resources
    •  %perl6_vendor_dir/short
    •  %perl6_vendor_dir/sources
    •  %perl6_vendor_dir/version
  •  %perl6_site_dir/*
    • ...

are owned by the rakudo interpreter package. The Perl 6 module packages only own the files and directories underneath the directories %perl6_vendor_dir/*

%files
...
%{perl6_vendor_dir}/*/*

Precompiling dependency on rakudo updates