how to keep rpmbuild directory clean
jos at xos.nl
Fri Jun 17 18:11:03 UTC 2011
On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 07:57:37PM +0200, Jakub Jedelský wrote:
> I've made some rpm packages (a special build for me or for company)
> from time to time but recently I have a little problem with my
> rpmbuild directory. There are a lot of different patches and sources
> in SOURCES, SRPMS and SPECS dirs.
> And question is: how to keep my dir clean? :) Have you any method for
> this? Do you have one rpmbuild dir for one project or do you use more
> user accounts or..simply copy files to another location? And as a
> bonus I would like to use git for versioning of spec files..
Just use a temporary rpmbuild directory PER BUILD. Why would you want
to keep the stuff that's in there? You have the src.rpm at the end.
And an even better answer is: use mock
(see http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Projects/Mock ) for clean buiding.
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