localpkg helper script for fedpkg -- take two
jkeating at redhat.com
Mon Feb 14 12:30:06 EST 2011
On 2/14/11 8:51 AM, Martin Langhoff wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 4:11 PM, Martin Langhoff
> <martin.langhoff at gmail.com> wrote:
>> If you are using or experimenting with fedpkg, I am putting some
>> simple helper bits in an accessory "localpkg" python script (at
> Updated and added a README -
> lpkg - some extra commands to complement fedpkg
> Getting started
> - You have your fedpkg-style checkouts tracking spec files
> and patches. We'll put them in ~/fpkg for this tour.
> - You have the actual src code checkouts. They use git.
> We'll have them in ~/src for this tour.
> - clone localpkg into your ~/src
> - $ ln -s ~/src/localpkg/lpkg ~/bin/lpkg
> - $ cd ~/src/sugar # hack, commit. lpkg will help you build
> (with fedpkg) from the tip of HEAD of this checkout.
> Use git describe to see the "version" that will be set
> in the resulting RPMs and SRPMs.
> - $ cd ~/fpkg/sugar # make sure you are in the right branch.
> fedpkg "guesses" the build target based on the name of the
> remote branch you are tracking.
> - $ git config --set lpkg.checkout ~/src/sugar
> alternatively, you can pass --git-checkout to lpkg
> - $ lpkg prep # prepares spec and source tarball
> $ fedpkg local # builds it locally
> $ lpkg lint # run rpmlint :-)
> ... # test it! does it work?
> $ lpkg publish # scp to dev.laptop.org:public_rpms/<dist>/
This looks like good stuff. There is another similar project that even
predated fedpkg, called Tito. https://github.com/dgoodwin/tito There
might be some things of interest to you there.
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