--- Comment #2 from Colin Walters <walters(a)redhat.com> ---
(In reply to Jakub Čajka from comment #1)
I'm aware of this issue(bootstrap of Fedora golang fails with
go1.4). I have
caused it while forward porting patches a while back. As it is not affecting
Fedora in any way and rebuilding Fedora on CentOS is not really
I've been working on making it supported. All the packages which pull from
(actually you are really lucky if it builds without any other
changes to srpm on CentOS).
Since I am actually doing this, I can say most of the time it works, the main
pain point is newer macros in Fedora for python etc.
I'm going to close this as wontfix, but I will
include fixed patch when I will be doing respin of the package next
time(BZ#1342090 I guess).
That seems odd, but okay. In the meantime I guess I can keep the fork on
But I don't quite understand why you'd mark the bug as WONTFIX this only to fix
If you want (s)rpm with fixed patch for CentOS, you might look at my
I'd rather not cross the bridge of starting to depend on COPRs for this project
quite yet. I think rpmdistro-gitoverlay is in many ways a better model
(although COPR has some nice features too).
One option would be rebuilding from your dist-git, but now that I look at this
your changes in:
Are very likely to break other dependent packages, since I am pulling
go-srpm-macros, but you've changed things for golang to Provide them.
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