(Cc'd reviewer/sponsor: eclipseo)
On Tue, Sep 03, 2019 13:42:18 +0530, Muneendra Kumar M via devel wrote:
An rpm package has been created by name fctxpd.
But my spec file name and the name field in my spec file is fc_txptd.
And my SRPM also has the name with fc_txptd.
And I push the SRPM with fc_txptd because of which fedpkg build is failing.
fedpkg import PATH_TO_SRPM
git commit -m "Initial import (#XXXXXX)."
Do I need to create a new SRPM with fctxpd and push the same again to git.
Your spec file *must* have the same name as the package:
So, yes, correcting the name of the spec file will "fix" the issue.
If, the name of the software, however, is fc_txptd, then it should've
been reviewed as "fc_txptd" and the SCM repository be called
I see the upstream repository is called "bsn-fc-txptd"---neither
fc_txptd nor fxtxptd. Any reason not to use this as the spec and package
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