This fixes the issue for packages which set the default prefix to /usr but
doesn't do anything for packages which leave the prefix at /usr/local; those
packages will still end up with libdir=/usr/local/lib on 64-bit Fedora systems.
I see, but if that is really the case then the build qpid-qmf-0.28-27.el7 should
be added to this bodhi update as well instead of being pushed as a seperate
update. By doing this you make sure that users get access to both packages at
the same time and you also avoid temporary breakage when one update gets pushed
to epel stable more soon than the other one (like I had experienced yesterday).
If you cancel the update from
and add the build qpid-qmf-0.28-27.el7 to this update I'll +1 this update