I have attached at patch to pungi to allow for "relnotepkgs" and
"relnotefilere" to be passed on the command line. This allows for
packages other than fedora-release to contain the "relnotefilere" files .
It also lets one define what files to include via the command line vs the
hard coded defaults.
Attached is a patch that changes the output of koji-shadow. Instead of reporting the most
frequent problem deps the output now shows the build failures that actually cause those
issues, sorted by the number of packages that are blocked by the failed build.
This is very useful for the secondary arch maintainers to determine which build failures
to fix next.
I made a typo when I ran a 'koji add-pkg' and can't seem to find a way
to remove the entry from the database.
I've never built anything against the entry, and never will.
The package removed from the relevant tag, but still shows up in some of
my searches (regex with a .*).
How can I make this go away?
Scientific Linux developer