Op Thursday 13 November 2008 20:16:48 schreef Richard Bos:
* now add your
own packages to your home: - they will be build using the
stuff from Base:Build.
2 questions related to this:
- Am I correct that it is only possible to add 1 openSUSE version at a
time? So if I want to provide multiple repositories e.g. 10.3, 11.0 and
factory, this method has to be executed 3 times, is it indeed like this?
- Is it only possible to include (build against) 1 other repository? If I
want to build against (include) 2 other repositories (like e.g. the
hypothetical repositories devel:lang:perl and devel:lang:php), what would
be the best method?
- build against (e.g.) devel:lang:perl and aggregate the php ones (or the
other way around
- or just aggregate both
- something else?
Hmmm, while reading this
would the following work for me:
# osc meta -e prj <project name>
and add the 2 lines with repository="openSUSE_11.0" to the project data, like
<path project="openSUSE:11.0" repository="standard"/>
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