On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 12:18 PM, Miro Hrončok <mhroncok@redhat.com> wrote:

I do backport stuff from rawhide in my coprs a lot. The relatively newly announced fedmsg+rpkg thing is making my life easier than ever. So first of all, kudos!

Now to my problem: some packages update rawhide only and the fedpkg+rpkg integration works like a charm. Other packages however keep all the branches synced and they use the %{fedora} variable to determine different behavior. I'd like to tell copr: Set fedora to 29 even if building for older Fedoras. Can I do that?

Thank you for the positive feedback. I need to admit I don't exactly understand the use-case. When a package keeps the branches synced, wouldn't it help to build e.g. for rawhide branch only and ignore incoming push events for all the other branches?
Miro Hrončok
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