#16: Create Installer repo test(s)
> Liam Li is designing several new test cases  to validate yum repo
> management during the installer. The QA team currently does not have
> test coverage for these dialogs and is looking to get some basic sanity
> tests in place for F-13.
Great, that whole section could use some better testing.
> The question came up as to whether we need to verify that additional
> custom repositories are present on the installed system. In Liam's
> testing, it appears that the repositories are only for install-time, not
> for the post-installed system. Is this accurate? Are there exceptions
> to this?
We've gone back and forth on this a million times, but how it currently
stands is that custom repos you add via the UI do not get a file written
out in /etc/yum.repos.d. See 922c6d125cbd843a003ad0a5b0a23fd5c655d7da
for more info.
I don't think there are any exceptions. Now keep in mind that if you
add a custom repo that has its own comps definitions and its own
whatever-release package that is mandatory and includes
/etc/yum.repos.d/whatever.conf file, you should end up with one. But
that wouldn't be because anaconda decided to write one out.
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