Thanks, indeed I was missing git-annex.
I noticed your PR: https://pagure.io/copr/copr/pull-request/71
How long will it take before it will be available on copr?
Unless @clime is able to do manual hot-fix in production, it might take some
On Sat, May 27, 2017 at 3:17 PM, Pavel Raiskup
> On Saturday, May 27, 2017 12:15:07 AM CEST Marcin Dulak wrote:
> > I've encountered this problem:
> > https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1450950
> > Anyone else using tito with git-annex on copr?
> I tried to play with the tito && git-annex a bit now, but I suspect
> there's some
> bug in `git-annex` package in fedora (perhaps too old version from
> When I do:
> $ git clone https://github.com/praiskup/try-git-annex
> $ cd try-git-annex
> $ git annex get # That's what's done by 'tito build --srpm'
> for example
> tar-1.29.tar.xz 100%[====================>] 1.90M 410KB/s
> in 6.3s
> tar-1.29.tar.xz.sig 100%[====================>] 198 --.-KB/s
> in 0s
> $ git status
> deleted: tar-1.29.tar.xz
> deleted: tar-1.29.tar.xz.sig
> So it is clear that git annex attempts to download the sources from web;
> right after the download, the symlinks 'tar-1.29-tar.xz*' are removed. So
> have to do:
> $ git co tar-1.29.tar.xz tar-1.29.tar.xz.sig
> And from now on -> the 'tito build' works as expected. Can anyone
> am I doing wrong? Is that really a bug?
> Btw., looking at the bug 1450950, it seems that the repository in question
> doesn't have 'git-annex' branch ... so clearly tito (git-annex
> can not
> know where to download the payload from.