On Tue, 28 Nov 2006 16:50:05 -0600, Dennis Gilmore wrote:
On Tuesday 28 November 2006 16:01, Michael Schwendt wrote:
> 1) "FC-6" branch never points at "devel".
I know this
In the previous message you wrote:
| but the only thing i thought was perhaps you had an old common
| tree that had FC-6 pointing at devel. its a wild guess nothing
This would not lead to the same symptoms. Assume the following:
Case 1: No "FC-6" branch and old "common" checkout.
I would run "make build" in "devel" (where else?), which is
still at ".fc6". But the job would target "devel", not
Case 2: "FC-6" branch and old "common" checkout.
I would run "make build" in "FC-6", which has no corresponding
in the "common/branches" file. Would that work and produce good
plague-client arguments which target "fc6"?
Also note that no new tag was created, but an old tag was re-used.
> 2) An old common/branches can have "devel" point at
".fc6" instead of
> 3) The plague-client command-line does NOT contain anything like "devel"
> or "fc7". Only "fc6".
i know that and i could not repoduce your problem
Interesting would be any theory, where the .fc7 (for the generated src.rpm)
can come from when nothing in the plague-client args contains "fc7".
> 4) The buildsys was asked to build an fc6-tagged package for
> but built a fc7 src.rpm.
Yes and i have not yet worked out why it did. Could you tar up your cvs tree
so that i can disect it to see if it gives me any clues.
Why? The local CVS working-copy is irrelevant. Everything is encoded
/usr/bin/plague-client build SDL_image SDL_image-1_2_5-2_fc6 fc6
It is a client that does not use CVS at all.