[gobolinux-users] The package for hungarian OpenOffice2.0.4

Jonas Karlsson jonka750 at student.liu.se
Tue Nov 14 12:02:33 UTC 2006


On Tue, 14 Nov 2006 09:59:28 +0100, Viola Zoltán <violazoli at gmail.com>  
wrote:

> Dear Jonas, thank for your tipps: Though I have another solution for
> your package, if you still don't want
> to distribute the fonts: Instead of making the link
> /Programs/OpenOffice/2.0.4/Shared/Fonts -> /Files/Font, why don't you  
> make
> the link /Programs/OpenOffice/2.0.4/Shared/Fonts/truetype ->
> /Files/Font/TrueType? Then the user doesn't have to bother with any links
> and the package is useful directly after SymlinkProgram.
>
>
> This is a good idea, and in the following (I hope OpenOffice2.0.5 or
> later...) I make this, your method!
>

I'd recommend you do this for this package, as you won't know when next  
version comes out. It could take a couple of months and while waiting  
users might wonder why their package is broken if they forget about the  
link (easily done).
Just change it and repackage it.

-- 
/Jonas

> 2006/11/13, Jonas Karlsson <jonka750 at student.liu.se>:
>> On Mon, 13 Nov 2006 16:05:08 +0100, Viola Zoltán <violazoli at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> > Dear Jonas, Thank You for your email, - I really not have gpg program!
>> > And now already I know, how should I sign a program!
>> >
>> Good! :)
>>
>> > The OpenOffice package is created from a original binary (hungarian)
>> > RPM package, but in the original package the Fonts directory in the
>> > /Programs/OpenOffice/2.0.4/Shared is a REALLY directory, not a link,
>> > and in these Fonts directory are a few TTF fonts. I think, it is
>> > unlogical to have in a system two Fonts directory: one in the
>> > OpenOffice tree, and one in the /Files. I move the OpenOffice fonts to
>> > the /Files/Fonts/TrueType, and change the
>> > /Programs/OpenOffice/2.0.4/Shared/Fonts to a link. But, in the
>> > OpenOffice Fonts directory is the truetype directory with lower case,
>> > so I make this lowercase-link to the /Files/Fonts directory.
>> >
>>
>> Ok. I've looked in the fonts folder of my OpenOffice and thought they  
>> only
>> occupy 644kB (small compared to the whole suite that occupies 308MB) and
>> easily could have been distributed I see what you mean. There could be a
>> problem with you moving the font files as the users using the package  
>> wont
>> be getting those files (as you removed them) but I compared the font  
>> files
>> in my version of OpenOffice (2.0.2 english) with the fonts in my
>> /Files/Fonts directory and they were exactly the same, so I guess that's
>> not a problem.
>>
>> Though I have another solution for your package, if you still don't want
>> to distribute the fonts: Instead of making the link
>> /Programs/OpenOffice/2.0.4/Shared/Fonts -> /Files/Font, why don't you  
>> make
>> the link /Programs/OpenOffice/2.0.4/Shared/Fonts/truetype ->
>> /Files/Font/TrueType? Then the user doesn't have to bother with any  
>> links
>> and the package is useful directly after SymlinkProgram.
>>
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