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On Mon, 1 Oct 2012 08:57:18 -0400 (EDT)
Seth Vidal <email@example.com> wrote:
> A few of us have been working on the basis for a buildsystem for
> fedora for our non-released pkgs. This is ultimately for building
> ad-hoc stacks of packages from both trusted and untrusted repos.
> Use cases:
> - personal repos (coprs)
> - ad-hoc language-module repos (ruby, python, cpan, etc) for people
> who need infinite versions of every module compiled against all of
> the other possible permutations
> - fail to be build from source rebuild runs.
> - other ideas here.
> Some discussion of it is here:
> we've been meeting in #fedora-buildsys on freenode - though that's
> mostly quiet right now.
> When last this was discussed the koji maintainers were fairly
> adamant that the above use cases was definitely outside
> of the scope and goals of koji (which is entirely appropriate given
> what koji does and how it does it). I was asked to reconfirm that so
> I am doing it now.
> I'm also letting people know that this is going on and if they want
> to join in, please do so.
Im definetly interested in keeping in the loop here. yes it is outside
the scope fo koji, you could be asked to build the same nvr multiple
times in different buildroots, build the same nvr in the FTBFS case, I
really do not see it fitting in at all with koji's goals.
you may be able to kludge it into koji with external repos and scratch
builds but it is pretty kludgy.
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