`rpm` does not care what repositories your system has available, it doesn't work with
them directly. That name would make no sense.
On March 15, 2019 6:31:40 AM EDT, "Samuel Rakitničan"
> If anything of the like, /etc/dnf.repos.d makes more sense.
repos are not
> necessarily part of the distro.
Please don't tie the name with the particular software to avoid this
issue in the future. If you must then I think rpm.repos.d is less
likely to avoid this issue in the future.
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