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Old 01-31-2011, 02:45 PM
Marcos Lois Bermúdez
Default Building RPMs for CentOS


Some times i need to build packages for CentOS, the major
requeriment is build some missing module or package newer version
required to run some sotware.

I setup a mock build enviroment to compile packages, all is
working as expected, but i enconter problem to share this work in
a source repo, i try to figure out how other people are making
this, in CentOS i have no idea on which source repo are kept the
package metadata, specs and patches, but in other repos, epel for
example it only versions specs and patches, all binary files are
downloaded in the time that the srpms are built to send to mock
(koji in their case), fedora is swiching from a Makefile per
package to a fedpkg tool to work with package sources.

I see that a friend will be spectool, and some of scripting i can
get a build system from source version control, but i think that
this already is made, so i'm don't want to reinvent the well, i
prefer help other people in make more robust system.

There is a currently model for package metadata store and common
task work?


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