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Information for build lutris-0.5.2.2-1.fc29

ID1300228
Package Namelutris
Version0.5.2.2
Release1.fc29
Epoch
Sourcegit+https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/lutris.git#e573d2d5a6ecba26aa62fcfeb08852c8f638c041
SummaryInstall and play any video game easily
DescriptionLutris is a gaming platform for GNU/Linux. Its goal is to make gaming on Linux as easy as possible by taking care of installing and setting up the game for the user. The only thing you have to do is play the game. It aims to support every game that is playable on Linux.
Built bybunnyapocalypse
State complete
Volume fedora_koji_archive04
StartedThu, 27 Jun 2019 23:38:35 UTC
CompletedThu, 27 Jun 2019 23:42:20 UTC
Taskbuild (f29-candidate, /rpms/lutris.git:e573d2d5a6ecba26aa62fcfeb08852c8f638c041)
Extra{'source': {'original_url': 'git+https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/lutris.git#e573d2d5a6ecba26aa62fcfeb08852c8f638c041'}}
Tags
f29-updates
RPMs
src
lutris-0.5.2.2-1.fc29.src.rpm (info) (download)
aarch64
lutris-0.5.2.2-1.fc29.aarch64.rpm (info) (download)
armv7hl
lutris-0.5.2.2-1.fc29.armv7hl.rpm (info) (download)
i686
lutris-0.5.2.2-1.fc29.i686.rpm (info) (download)
ppc64le
lutris-0.5.2.2-1.fc29.ppc64le.rpm (info) (download)
s390x
lutris-0.5.2.2-1.fc29.s390x.rpm (info) (download)
x86_64
lutris-0.5.2.2-1.fc29.x86_64.rpm (info) (download)
Logs
x86_64
build.log
hw_info.log
state.log
root.log
mock_output.log
ppc64le
state.log
hw_info.log
build.log
root.log
mock_output.log
aarch64
root.log
state.log
hw_info.log
build.log
mock_output.log
i686
root.log
build.log
hw_info.log
state.log
mock_output.log
s390x
hw_info.log
state.log
build.log
root.log
mock_output.log
armv7hl
state.log
hw_info.log
build.log
root.log
mock_output.log
Changelog * Thu Jun 27 2019 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.5.2.2-1 - Minor release * Mon Apr 08 2019 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.5.2-1 - New version * Mon Feb 25 2019 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.5.1.2-1 - New version * Mon Feb 25 2019 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.5.1.1-1 - New version * Sun Feb 24 2019 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.5.1-1 - New version * Tue Feb 19 2019 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.5.0.1-5 - More additional depends * Sun Feb 03 2019 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.5.0.1-2 - Forgot to add additional depends * Sun Feb 03 2019 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.5.0.1-1 - Updating version * Fri Feb 01 2019 Fedora Release Engineering <releng@fedoraproject.org> - 0.4.23-9 - Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_30_Mass_Rebuild * Thu Jan 03 2019 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.4.23-8 - Forgot mesa-libGL drivers * Sun Dec 30 2018 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.4.23-7 - Forgot 64 bit mesa-dri drivers * Sun Dec 30 2018 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.4.23-6 - Changing depends again, specifying arches * Fri Dec 28 2018 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.4.23-5 - Changing the format of those previously added dependencies so that they work * Thu Dec 20 2018 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.4.23-4 - Adding some mesa depends to make Lutris work on more systems more reliably * Fri Nov 16 2018 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.4.23-3 - Turns out that I hadn't actually made a mistake, reverting most of the changes * Thu Nov 15 2018 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.4.23-2 - Updating this spec to actually install the appdata file * Wed Nov 07 2018 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.4.23 - New version * Mon Nov 05 2018 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.4.22 - New version * Fri Nov 02 2018 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.4.21.1 - New version * Sat Oct 20 2018 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.4.21 - New version * Wed Oct 10 2018 Christopher King <bunnyapocalypse@protonmail.com> - 0.4.20 - Edit the SUSE build service spec file to be fedora specific