File python-pyinotify.spec of Package python-pyinotify

# spec file for package python-pyinotify (Version 0.9.1)
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%{!?python_sitelib:  %global python_sitelib  %(python -c "from distutils.sysconfig import get_python_lib; print(get_python_lib())")}
%{!?python_sitearch: %global python_sitearch %(python -c "from distutils.sysconfig import get_python_lib; print(get_python_lib(1))")}

Name:           python-pyinotify
Version:        0.9.1
Release:        1
License:        MIT
Summary:        Python module for watching filesystems changes
Group:          Development/Libraries/Python
# downloaded from{version}
%define tag     5d381ce
%define subdir  4ad6992
Source1:        pyinotify
BuildRequires:  perl
BuildRequires:  python-devel
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build
%if 0%{?suse_version} >= 1120
BuildArch:      noarch

pyinotify is a Python module for watching filesystems changes. By its design
pyinotify can be used for any kind of fs monitoring.

pyinotify relies on a recent Linux Kernel feature (merged in kernel 2.6.13)
called inotify. inotify is an event-driven notifier, its notifications are
exported from kernel space to user space. The raw interface of inotify is
compounded of three system calls. pyinotify binds these system calls and
provides an implementation on top of them offering a generic and abstract way
to use inotify with Python. Pyinotify doesn't requires much detailed knowledge
of inotify. Moreover, it only needs few statements for initializing, watching,
handling (eventually trough a new separate thread), and processing events
notifications through subclassing. The only things to know is the path of items
to watch, the kind of events to monitor and the actions to execute on these

Note: pyinotify requires Python 2.3 and above, and Linux 2.6.13 at least.

%setup -q -n "seb-m-pyinotify-%{subdir}"

export CFLAGS="%{optflags}"
python ./ build

python ./ install --prefix=%{_prefix} --root=%{buildroot} --record-rpm=INSTALLED_FILES
install -D -m 0755 %{SOURCE1} %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/pyinotify

rm -rf %{buildroot}

%doc python2/examples