On 2016-12-06 15:27, Dusty Mabe wrote:
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Ok, I'll start with a rather generic question then: Is there a way to
(semi-)automatically track upstream git repositories for releases and
generate RPMs of it through COPR? I had a look at dgroc which looks not
bad at first sight, but concentrates more on nightly builds. And then
there is Tito, which can probably do everything but I have a hard time
figuring out what I need to start. In my case the spec files are not in
the upstream repository. They are actually not in any public VCS yet as
I'm unsure how to integrate them in a update procedure.
So far I manually uploaded the src.rpms which I generated through mock
after manually downloading the source archives. My wish is to automate
this and to make the specs available through github/pagure or something
comparable so that people can review and send updates.
Any best practices or examples for this case?
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