On Wed, Jul 26, 2006 at 08:41:33AM +0200, Karl Eichwalder wrote:
I want to add a package to project. How does it work? What's wrong with this procedure:
osc editmeta home:keichwa
and add '<package name="automake" />'
Click http://build.opensuse.org/package/show?package=automake&project=home%3Ak... and it complains Errorcode: 404 Message: <pre>/bs/projects/home:keichwa.pkg/automake.xml: No such file or directory</pre>
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That doesn't work -- adding the xml to the project meta isn't effective. It works as you showed below (osc editmeta prjname pacname).
If I try:
osc editmeta home:keichwa automake ==> error getting meta for project 'home:keichwa' package 'automake' HTTP Error 404: Not Found
Your osc package is outdated. That is a bug which was introduced recently, and fixed meanwhile.