On 01/24/2018 08:01 AM, buildsys(a)fedoraproject.org wrote:
> redhat-rpm-config has broken dependencies in the rawhide tree:
> On x86_64:
> redhat-rpm-config-84-1.fc28.noarch requires (annobin if gcc)
It seems like these notifications are generated by a tool which does not
understand rich dependencies.
Where can I report this so that it is fixed?
There will be Fedora branching on 2018-02-20. Since we have mock configs split from the main package now, I do not plan
to release a new version of mock itself. I plan to just release a new version of the mock-core-configs package.
I just added fedora-28-* config to upstream. In the first week of February, I plan to do the release of
mock-core-configs, submit it to Fedora dist-git, build it in Koji. Then I will file errata in Bodhi with karma auto-push
So it can stay 14 days in updates-testing and on the branching day I can push the update to all Fedoras and Epel instantly.
I hope this is the right place to ask questions about 'mock' buildsystem.
Is there a possibility to add custom actions to mock chroot tree initialization?
I need a specific user and group to exist in rpm build environment. Currently I
do it manually using --shell command, but as soon as I run src package build
forgetting --no-clean option, everything is wiped away and recreated automatically.
And another one. Is it possible to request some files to be copied into chroot
tree after initialization? I found 'files' config option, but it looks to me that
file contents is to be embedded in cfg file: and this is possible only for short
I expected to find an option to specify post-init script to perform such actions,
but did not succeed