On Freitag, 14. März 2014, 00:49:01 wrote UkJung Kim:
- 오후 4:45에 "Adrian Schröter" email@example.com님이 작성:
On Donnerstag, 13. März 2014, 13:50:01 wrote firstname.lastname@example.org:
I have some packages in my home obs project https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/home:nereusuj:rebuild-test
The package build dependency is as following.
build-info <- product-features <- liba-devel-meta, libb-devel-meta <- c
And obs project conf has a macro to control rpm macros.
Macros: %build_project_name m_1 #build_project_name m_2 :Macros
What I expected is that product-features and other related packages
triggered rebuilt If I changed macro in project conf and rebuild
package. The results is that build-info package build result had changed but
packages were not rebuilt.
build triggering does happen only when sources changed, rpms changed or
as long, as you just change macros it will not happen.
the scheduler has basically no idea which packages will be affected
the change can not only happen in spec files, but also inside the source
You basically need to rebuild your package/project manually here.
The build-info rpm has changed because I changed macro in project conf and it changes build script behavior. Isn't it enough to trigger rebuild product-features rpm because it dependes on build-info rpm?
yes, as long as it is tracked as required package. you can check this via "osc buildinfo" call. It must not be a "supported" package, changes there get ignored.
If I changed build-info source itself, it triggers rebuild product-features rpm and other related rpms.
Do you have any idea regarding it? I need your help.
Adrian Schroeter email: email@example.com
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