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Clark Williams 08-23-2012 07:44 PM

who uses mock's SCM plugin?
 
We're considering breaking mock's SCM plugin out into a sub-package
(mock-scm) so that we can pull in dependencies (git, cvs, svn, tar,
etc.) automagically. We don't do it currently because most folks don't
actually need an SCM to use mock, but it's a PITA when you actually do
want to use it and don't have all the dependent packages installed.

Would it be an incredible inconvenience for anyone to have the SCM
functionality migrate to a sub-package?

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Michael Cronenworth 08-23-2012 08:05 PM

who uses mock's SCM plugin?
 
Clark Williams wrote:
> Would it be an incredible inconvenience for anyone to have the SCM
> functionality migrate to a sub-package?

Not for me.

When I first started using koji SCM setup was not well documented so I
do not use a SCM with my koji. It may be better documented now but I
haven't looked.
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Clint Savage 08-23-2012 08:18 PM

who uses mock's SCM plugin?
 
I think it would be incredibly useful. I use koji a lot so it takes
care of that, but occasionally find myself trying to replicate what
happens inside koji with mock standalone. It certainly would likely
make the implementation easier for me to be able to just configure a
couple things and be done with it, or use the same plugin koji would
likely use for my mock builds.

Clint

On Thu, Aug 23, 2012 at 2:05 PM, Michael Cronenworth <mike@cchtml.com> wrote:
> Clark Williams wrote:
>> Would it be an incredible inconvenience for anyone to have the SCM
>> functionality migrate to a sub-package?
>
> Not for me.
>
> When I first started using koji SCM setup was not well documented so I
> do not use a SCM with my koji. It may be better documented now but I
> haven't looked.
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Mike McLean 08-24-2012 07:41 PM

who uses mock's SCM plugin?
 
On 08/23/2012 04:18 PM, Clint Savage wrote:

... use the same plugin koji would likely use for my mock builds.


It probably wouldn't be to hard to add more kojid-type abilities to the
command line tool (besides just mock-config). Feel free to file an rfe :)


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Mike McLean 08-24-2012 07:44 PM

who uses mock's SCM plugin?
 
On 08/23/2012 03:44 PM, Clark Williams wrote:

We're considering breaking mock's SCM plugin out into a sub-package
(mock-scm) so that we can pull in dependencies (git, cvs, svn, tar,
etc.) automagically. We don't do it currently because most folks don't
actually need an SCM to use mock, but it's a PITA when you actually do
want to use it and don't have all the dependent packages installed.

Would it be an incredible inconvenience for anyone to have the SCM
functionality migrate to a sub-package?


Fine with me. Koji doesn't use that feature (and if we did, changing a
requires is not difficult).

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