On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 02:03:49AM +0000, Colin Walters wrote:
So recently I found myself desiring to update a .spec file for a
snapshot of a git tree in an automated fashion. As you may or may not
know, this actually has a surprising number of flaming hoops through
which you must jump.
The first one, when scripting such a thing, is pulling the source tree
and packing it into a source file. To this purpose, I propose we
begin adding the following key to .spec files:
What am I using them for? Automating gnome-shell stack snapshots for
$ fedpkg-pull-build-chain --arch=i386 --arch=x86_64 --release=F-12
--resultdir=_repo gobject-introspection gir-repository gjs clutter
Thanks, this looks useful. I will try to use them, too. From their
description they should be helpful to just check whether the current
SPEC would still build the current upstream SCM version.