File coccinelle.spec of Package coccinelle

# spec file for package coccinelle
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Name:           coccinelle
Version:        1.0.4
Release:        0
Summary:        Semantic patch utility
License:        GPL-2.0
Group:          Productivity/Text/Utilities

#Git-Clone:	git://
Patch0:         coccinelle-1.0.4.patch
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build
BuildRequires:  autoconf
BuildRequires:  automake
BuildRequires:  fdupes
BuildRequires:  ncurses-devel
BuildRequires:  ocaml >= 3.11
BuildRequires:  ocaml-findlib
BuildRequires:  ocaml-menhir-devel
BuildRequires:  ocaml-ocamlbuild
BuildRequires:  ocaml-ocamldoc >= 3.11
BuildRequires:  ocaml-parmap-devel
BuildRequires:  ocaml-pcre-devel
BuildRequires:  pkg-config
BuildRequires:  ocamlfind(camlp4)
BuildRequires:  pkgconfig(python)
Requires:       python-base

Coccinelle is a program matching and transformation engine which
provides the language SmPL (Semantic Patch Language) for specifying
desired matches and transformations in C code. Coccinelle was
initially targeted towards performing collateral evolutions in Linux.
Such evolutions comprise the changes that are needed in client code
in response to evolutions in library APIs, and may include
modifications such as renaming a function, adding a function argument
whose value is somehow context-dependent, and reorganizing a data
structure. Beyond collateral evolutions, Coccinelle is successfully
used (by us and others) for finding and fixing bugs in systems code.

%setup -qn %name-%version
%patch0 -p1

autoreconf -fi

# "because it is simply not possible to strip ocaml binaries that are built 
# with the -custom option."
export NO_BRP_STRIP_DEBUG=true
%define __debug_install_post %{nil}
: >debugfiles.list
: >debugsources.list

make install DESTDIR="$b"
# Remove coccilib, don't have the deps
rm -Rf "$b/%_libdir/%name"/{commons,globals,ocaml,parsing_c} \

mkdir -p "$b/%_libdir";
%fdupes %buildroot/%_prefix

%doc authors.txt bugs.txt changes.txt copyright.txt credits.txt
%doc license.txt readme.txt