Am 18.10.2010 12:36, schrieb Marcus Hüwe:
On 2010-10-18 11:02:41 +0200, Johannes Weberhofer
I have created a package which automatically
checks out it's sources using svn. It creates a tar-ball.
I have two questions:
* When the revision number changes, I guess, the file-name changes, too; is there a
way to automatically detect the current number?
If you specified a version parameter in the _service file for the
tar_scm service the filename doesn't change otherwise the filename
is changed. In order to update your spec file version with the current
filename version you can use the "set_version" service (this may only
work with a trivial spec file).
In my case I get "Version: 59593" set in the new file, which isn't too good.
I've tried to set "version" and "version-prefix" as service
parameter, but that parameters don't work for svn sources, do they?
* RPMLINT tells me
"Files bigger than 100k should be bzip2'ed in order to save space."; is
there a way to compress the tar automatically?
You can use the "recompress" service to bzip2 etc. the checked out
Wow. That works nicely! I didn't know that wild-cards are accepted!
The best is to have a look at some existing _service files, for
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