On 2011-05-30 18:20:48 +0200, Pavol Rusnak wrote:
On 05/30/2011 04:54 PM, Sascha Peilicke wrote:
Sometimes we have to break this for characters
that can't be part of RPM names
(like the dot for older distros). In this case, we may want to replace them
Actually this one has nothing to do with RPM, but because the autobuild
team does not want to allow dots in package names for undisclosed reasons.
let me emphasize the important part: (like the dot for older distros)
osc ls openSUSE:Factory nginx-1.0
lines, it would be great to also provide the upstream name like
Perl packages do nowadays:
This should work once we enable python/ruby upstream RPM generators. (I
think this is done now that 4.9.0 is in ...)
how would rpm have a notion of what is a gem atm?
they might have stuff for ruby-abi(1.8) or so, because you can parse
that out of the path. but for the gems/python/perl package naming, i am
not sure. atleast for ruby it is easy to be added now with rpm 4.9.
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