On Thu, Aug 21, 2014 at 9:58 AM, <doiggl(a)velocitynet.com.au> wrote:
What osc commands are needed to do the following steps:
1. osc command to change directory to home:doiggl > kernel-vanilla
package created , no files in it yet.
# osc ls home:doiggl kernel-vanilla
I'm not sure I understand, but you probably want
You'll notice this is not an osc command, because you're not working
on the local package copy of the package (which is the job of osc) but
just navigating the local filesystem.
2. osc command to add and commit the following files
to home:doiggl >
345 Apr 1 2009 README.KSYMS
43 Oct 7 2010 zreiser4parameters.txt
Reason: it has some customised patches in patches.rpmify.tar.bz2
- reiser4-for-3.15.1.patch shown with a * next to name.
You probably need
osc add *
…although if you have branched the package, most should already be
under osc's control, you can check with "osc status". The "osc
will do no harm in this case, though.
See also (the results of a quick google for "opensuse osc tutorial"):
- the output of "osc help",
Christopher 'm4z' Holm / 686f6c6d
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