axilleaspi at ymail.com
Tue Jan 21 07:16:19 UTC 2014
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 the
> 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 querying
> 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 deps
> 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
> gets bigger).
> Appreciate the submissions,
Thanks for your work!
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