Hi Sandro et al,
Marek is now swamped by other work as far as what he told me and doesn't
have the capacity currently to continue with Wildfy packaging in Fedora
- we would welcome volunteers to help with this.
Currently Fedora uses different way of packaging that what we use for
the products, so it's difficult for us to port this back to the old
buildArch RPM way of doing stuff.
The decision how to proceed is still open, I will inform our team of
your request and we will see how to tackle this.
On 01/20/2016 10:01 AM, Sandro Bonazzola wrote:
On Tue, Jan 19, 2016 at 6:55 PM, gil <puntogil(a)libero.it>
> now seem landed @ https://github.com/SpagoBILabs/SpagoBI
They're using github only as backup for now, github is not updated very
often. I'm working with upstream for getting them moving to github as
> Il 19/01/2016 12:16, Sandro Bonazzola ha scritto:
> I started trying to package Spago BI ( <http://spagobi.com/>
) for Fedora.
> An initial spec file I created mostly to understand what's being built is
> The output of maven install is a set of war files which includes libraries
> war format is not supported (ask to mizdebsk)
Added to the discussion.
Any wiki page about this?
> During the build, several jar files are created and not installed by mvn
> can you post somewhere a build.log?
> I've searched for a packaging guidelines wiki page about packaging wildfly
> webapps and in IRC I've been pointed to thermostat package as example.
> I'm not realy sure to have understood what's expected from the package:
> - is it ok to just have the final war file in the package?
> - is it ok to have libraries (jar and js) from other packages included in
> the war file? (I know, I'm using mvn and not maven-local since I don't have
> packaged dependencies yet, but supposing they're in fedora, is it allowed
> to have them in the war file?
> wildfly, if it is not already happened, it should be retired (ask to
Marek, Vaclav, aren't you going to package Wildfly 10 for Fedora? o_O
SpagoBI can run with tomcat as well but being oVirt 4.0 on Wildfly 10 we'd
like to get it running on the same application server.
> Help with the packaging effort is welcome :-)
> Sandro Bonazzola
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