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    1 # ELOG weblog application
    2 # rpmbuild -ba --define 'elogver 3.1.4' --define 'elogrel 2' --with ssl --with pam --with ldap --with krb5 --define 'factorydate date'
    3  
    4 # define date of build for changelog and default release
    5 %define build_timestamp %(LC_TIME=C date '+%a %b %d %Y')
    6 %{!?factorydate: %define factorydate %build_timestamp}
    7 
    8 # default version and release
    9 %{!?elogver: %define elogver 3.1.4 }
   10 %{!?elogrel: %define elogrel 3 }
   11 # default release is build date
   12 %{!?elogrel: %define elogrel %{build_timestamp} }
   13 
   14 # Build options :
   15 # Read: If neither macro exists, then add the default definition.
   16 %{?_with_krb5: %define _with_krb5 USE_KRB5=1}
   17 %{?_with_ldap: %define _with_ldap USE_LDAP=1}
   18 %{?_with_pam: %define _with_pam USE_PAM=1}
   19 %{?_with_ssl: %define _with_ssl USE_SSL=1}
   20 # Default build options are with SSL 
   21 %{!?_with_ssl: %{!?_without_ssl: %define _with_ssl USE_SSL=1}}
   22 # builder info
   23 %define whoami %(eval who am i | awk '{print $1}')
   24 %define HOSTNAME %(hostname)
   25 %{!?packager: %define packager %{whoami} %{whoami}@%{HOSTNAME}}
   26 
   27 Name:       elog
   28 Summary:    elog is a standalone electronic web logbook
   29 Version:    %elogver
   30 Release:    %elogrel%{?customrel}%{?dist}
   31 License:    GPL
   32 Group:      Applications/Networking
   33 Source:     http://elog.psi.ch/elog/download/elog-%{elogver}-%{elogrel}.tar.gz
   34 Vendor:     Stefan Ritt <stefan.ritt@psi.ch>
   35 URL:        http://elog.psi.ch/elog
   36 BuildRoot:  /tmp/%{name}-root
   37 Prefix:     /usr/local
   38 # Add build dependencies for pam, ssl and ldap features if enabled.
   39 # Note: Tag tokens must start at beginning-of-line.
   40 #
   41 # Read: If feature is enabled, then add the build dependency.
   42 %{?_with_krb5:BuildRequires: krb5-devel}
   43 %{?_with_krb5:Requires: krb5-libs}
   44 %{?_with_ldap:BuildRequires: openldap-devel >= 2.4.1}
   45 %{?_with_ldap:Requires: openldap >= 2.4.1}
   46 %{?_with_pam:BuildRequires: pam-devel >= 1.1.1}
   47 %{?_with_ssl:BuildRequires: openssl-devel >= 0.9.8e}
   48 
   49 %description
   50 ELOG is part of a family of applications known as weblogs. 
   51 Their general purpose is : 
   52 
   53 1. To make it easy for people to put information online in a chronological
   54    fashion, in the form of short, time-stamped text messages ("entries") 
   55    with optional HTML markup for presentation, and optional file attachments 
   56    (images, archives, etc.) 
   57 
   58 2. To make it easy for other people to access this information through a 
   59    Web interface, browse entries, search, download files, and optionally add, 
   60    update, delete or comment on entries. 
   61 
   62 ELOG is a remarkable implementation of a weblog in at least two respects : 
   63 
   64 - Its simplicity of use: you don't need to be a seasoned server operator 
   65 and/or an experimented database administrator to run ELOG ; one executable 
   66 file (under Unix or Windows), a simple configuration text file, and it works. 
   67 No Web server or relational database required. It is also easy to translate 
   68 the interface to the appropriate language for your users. 
   69 
   70 - Its versatility: through its single configuration file, ELOG can be made 
   71 to display an infinity of variants of the weblog concept. There are options 
   72 for what to display, how to display it, what commands are available and to whom, 
   73 access control, etc. Moreover, a single server can host several weblogs, and 
   74 each weblog can be totally different from the rest. 
   75 
   76 %changelog
   77 * %{build_timestamp} %{packager} %{version}-%{release}
   78 - rebuild with option(s): %{?_with_krb5:KRB5 }%{?_with_ldap:LDAP }%{?_with_pam:PAM }%{?_with_ssl:SSL}
   79 
   80 * %{factorydate} Stefan Ritt <stefan.ritt@psi.ch> %{elogver}-%{elogrel}
   81 - Updated from git Fri Jan 8 13:46:49 2021 +0100 - 395e101
   82 * Wed Sep 26 2018 Stefan Ritt <stefan.ritt@psi.ch>
   83 - Made adjustments for new elog server and RH7
   84 * Fri Aug 29 2014 Stefan Ritt <stefan.ritt@psi.ch>
   85 - Added BuildRequires, thanks to Stefan Roiser from CERN
   86 * Fri Oct 21 2005 Stefan Ritt <stefan.ritt@psi.ch>
   87 - Added resources/ directory
   88 * Fri Mar 14 2003 Stefan Ritt <stefan.ritt@psi.ch>
   89 - Added %post to change ownership of elog files
   90 * Thu Jan 30 2003 Stefan Ritt <stefan.ritt@psi.ch>
   91 - Added installation of man pages, thanks to Serge Droz <serge.droz@psi.ch>
   92 * Tue Aug 13 2002 Stefan Ritt <stefan.ritt@psi.ch>
   93 - Added elog group and user, thanks to Nicolas Chuche [nchuche@teaser.fr]
   94 * Tue Jun 18 2002 Stefan Ritt <stefan.ritt@psi.ch>
   95 - Put elogd.init into TAR file, add logbooks directory, put elogd in sbin/
   96 * Tue Jun 18 2002 Serge Droz <serge.droz@psi.ch>
   97 - Update to 2.0.0
   98 * Mon Jun  3 2002 Serge Droz <serge.droz@psi.ch>
   99 - Update to 1.3.6 
  100 * Fri May 31 2002 Serge Droz <serge.droz@psi.ch>
  101 - Initial RPM
  102 
  103 
  104 %prep
  105 %setup -q -n elog-%{elogver}-%{elogrel}
  106 
  107 %pre
  108 %{_sbindir}/groupadd -r elog 2>/dev/null || :
  109 %{_sbindir}/useradd -d / -s /bin/false \
  110    -g elog -M -r elog 2>/dev/null || :
  111 
  112 %build
  113 make %{?_with_ssl} %{?_with_pam} %{?_with_ldap} %{?_with_krb5} CFLAGS="$RPM_OPT_FLAGS -O3 -funroll-loops -fomit-frame-pointer -W -Wall -Wno-deprecated-declarations -Wno-unused-result -Imxml"
  114 sed "s#\@PREFIX\@#%{prefix}#g" elogd.init_template > elogd.init
  115 
  116 %install
  117 make install ROOT=$RPM_BUILD_ROOT MANDIR=$RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_mandir}
  118 
  119 %post
  120 chown -R elog:elog $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{prefix}/elog
  121 
  122 %clean
  123 rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_ROOT
  124 
  125 %files
  126 %defattr(-,root,root)
  127 /etc/rc.d/init.d/elogd
  128 %{_mandir}/man1/*
  129 %{_mandir}/man8/*
  130 %doc    README COPYING doc
  131 %defattr(-,elog,elog)
  132 %prefix/bin/*
  133 %prefix/sbin/elogd
  134 %prefix/elog/resources
  135 %prefix/elog/ssl
  136 %prefix/elog/themes
  137 %prefix/elog/scripts
  138 %prefix/elog/logbooks
  139 %config(noreplace) %prefix/elog/elogd.cfg