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Old 12-14-2007, 08:14 PM
Bruce Pennypacker
 
Default using rpmbuild with cvs sources

Hi all,

We have an environment where we have a number of applications being
stored in CVS. They're historically for Solaris, designed for Solaris
package management. I'm in the process of starting to set up some of
this to build for our growing linux base. I can build the packages
manually, and I'd like to wrap them up as RPM's, but I'm stuck on the
proper way of identifying the sources in my .spec file. I really don't
want to have to write wrappers for each project to simply do a cvs
checkout and gzip it just so rpmbuild can then unzip it and build it. Is
there a good (preferably simple) way of having rpmbuild simply check out
an entire cvs project tree as the source rather than trying to grab and
unzip a package?


-Bruce

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