On 01/21/14 02:54, Mo Morsi wrote:
On 01/20/2014 06:27 PM, Achilleas Pipinellis wrote:
> Hey, can someone review awesome_spawn?
> I'd like to bring polisher in Fedora and awesome_spawn is the only
> missing dependency.
> Hopefully, once polisher hits the repos, it'll be easier to use it and
> report any bug/feature requests :)
>  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1055789
>  https://github.com/ManageIQ/polisher
I can take a look at the awesome_spawn submission tomorrow.
Polisher can also be installed via gem. You will need to yum install
curb dependencies first (eg libcurl-devel and ruby-devel) but once you
have those you can just:
gem install polisher
Yeap, I know that. :)
Mileage may vary though as there is alot of optional stuff, eg
certain targets depends on various commands such as fedpkg and git being
available. If they aren't you most likely will get errs (just added an
issue to change this to gracefully print err msgs and exit).
That's true, but a big portion of this gem's functionality is supposed
to target packagers, right? So I guess one who installs it, should know
how it works. Nevertheless it's good to exist graceful exits :)
Advantage that the rpm install has over the gem is that we can add
to the packages provided the cmds (or to the cmds themselves), though
might want to split it up into optional components at some point (if it
Appreciate the submissions,
Thanks for your work!
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