File cpanspec.yml of Package perl-Image-ExifTool

---
description_paragraphs: 1
#description: |-
#  override description from CPAN
#summary: override summary from CPAN
#no_testing: broken upstream
#sources:
#  - source1
#  - source2
#patches:
#  foo.patch: -p1
#  bar.patch:
#  baz.patch: PATCH-FIX-OPENSUSE
#preamble: |-
# BuildRequires:  gcc-c++
#post_prep: |-
# hunspell=`pkg-config --libs hunspell | sed -e 's,-l,,; s,  *,,g'`
# sed -i -e "s,hunspell-X,$hunspell," t/00-prereq.t Makefile.PL 
#post_build: |-
# rm unused.files
#post_install: |-
# sed on %{name}.files
#license: SUSE-NonFree
#skip_noarch: 1
#custom_build: |-
#./Build build flags=%{?_smp_mflags} --myflag
#custom_test: |-
#startserver && make test
#ignore_requires: Bizarre::Module
skip_doc: exiftool
add_doc: html config_files
misc: |-
 %exclude %{_bindir}/exiftool
 %exclude %{_mandir}/man?/exiftool.?%{?ext_man}
 %exclude %{perl_vendorlib}/File/
 %exclude %{_mandir}/man?/File::RandomAccess*
 
 %package -n exiftool
 Summary:        Customisable application to read and write meta information in files
 Group:          Productivity/Graphics/Other
 Requires:       perl(Image::ExifTool) = %{version}
 Recommends:     perl(Archive::Zip)
 # Per https://perldoc.perl.org/index-modules-I.html, these are the part of perl-base.
 #Recommends:     perl(Compress::Zlib)
 #Recommends:     perl(Digest::MD5)
 #Recommends:     perl(Digest::SHA)
 #Recommends:     perl(IO::Compress::Bzip2)
 #Recommends:     perl(Time::HiRes)
 
 %description -n exiftool
 ExifTool is a a full-featured application for reading and writing
 meta information in a wide variety of files, including the maker
 note information of many digital cameras by various manufacturers
 such as Canon, Casio, FujiFilm, GE, HP, JVC/Victor, Kodak, Leaf,
 Minolta/Konica-Minolta, Nikon, Olympus/Epson, Panasonic/Leica,
 Pentax/Asahi, Reconyx, Ricoh, Samsung, Sanyo, Sigma/Foveon and Sony.
 
 %files -n exiftool
 %doc fmt_files/
 %doc arg_files/
 %{_bindir}/exiftool
 %{_mandir}/man?/exiftool.?%{?ext_man}
 
 %package -n perl-File-RandomAccess
 Summary:        Random access reads of sequential file or scalar
 Group:          Development/Languages/Perl
 
 %description -n perl-File-RandomAccess
 Allows random access to sequential file by buffering the file if
 necessary. Also allows access to data in memory to be accessed as
 if it were a file.
 
 %files -n perl-File-RandomAccess
 %{perl_vendorlib}/File/
 %{_mandir}/man?/File::RandomAccess*
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