On Thu, 2008-07-17 at 18:48 -0400, Mike Bonnet wrote:
This was my first thought as well. However, after discussions with
Jesse, Seth, and James I was convinced otherwise. The yum-priorities
plugin seems very unpopular with yum developers (not quite sure why). I
don't think yum-priorities would give us any way to completely block a
package from local and remote repos, and configuring multiple repos in
the mock config would require Koji to retrieve and parse each remote
repodata to determine the origin of a given remote rpm.
Also you wouldn't be able to prioritize at the srpm level which is what
we want (no unwanted subpackages sneaking in).
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