Am Mittwoch, 7. September 2011, 16:02:36 schrieb Richard Guenther:
On Wed, 7 Sep 2011, Stephan Kulow wrote:
To avoid suprises on factory checkin, we want to get rid of the
"Autobuild autoformatter" script. Actually we want so for ages,
but never came around it.
So what we now enabled for openSUSE:Factory is a project wide
service that will format the spec file at the moment you commit.
Newer osc (> 1.131 afaik) will read this service files and use local
tools to format the spec files before commit. This osc has been
released as update for all openSUSE release for quite some time,
so this shouldn't be a problem, but older oscs will simply ignore
So you removed the autobuild autoformatter and introduced a
openSUSE:Factory autoformatter. Which still means we get
spurious changes applied each time a package is accepted
that has its .spec files auto-generated (like, for example,
the various gcc packages).
Do I miss something?
it runs right now ONLY when using osc, so before "osc build" or
We may enable it also on the server to enforce the usage later on. But
given that you would have the same formater installed, it would just verify
that no change is needed.
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