File freedoom.spec of Package freedoom

# spec file for package freedoom
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%define waddir  %{_datadir}/doom

Name:           freedoom
Version:        0.8~beta1
Release:        0
%define uver	0.8-beta1
Summary:        Replacement game files for Doom game engines
License:        BSD-3-Clause
Group:          Amusements/Games/3D/Shoot

#Git-Clone:	git://
Source5:        freedoom.desktop
Source6:        freedoom.png
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build
BuildArch:      noarch
BuildRequires:  unzip
BuildRequires:  update-desktop-files
%if 0%{?suse_version} >= 1230
BuildRequires:  gpg-offline
Recommends:     prboom

A set of game resources for the DOOM game engine. While the Doom
source code is free/libre, you currently still need one of the
proprietary IWAD files from id in order to play Doom. Freedoom aims
to create a free alternative. Combined with the GPL-licensed Doom
source code, this will result in a completely free Doom-based game.

%{?gpg_verify: %gpg_verify %{S:2}}
%{?gpg_verify: %gpg_verify %{S:4}}
%setup -Tcq -a0 -a3

# Game data files.  Nothing to build!

install -Dpm0644 "freedoom-iwad-%uver/doom2.wad" "$b/%waddir/freedoom.wad"
install -Dpm0644 "freedoom-ultimate-%uver/doom.wad" "$b/%waddir/freedoom-ultimate.wad"
mkdir -p "$b/%_docdir/%name"
cp "freedoom-iwad-%uver"/{COPYING,CREDITS,ChangeLog,NEWS,README,README.html} \
%suse_update_desktop_file -i %{name}


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