It is great to see you going thru this exercise. I'm happy to
advise/mentor you on basic packaging issues, but I just realized you
may be expecting me to be the GSoC mentor. I'm afraid I don't have
the time or knowledge of CloudStack to do that.
Hopefully someone else will step up to the plate.
On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 2:50 PM, Kaan Ozdincer <kaanozdincer(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 9:57 PM, Greg Freemyer <greg.freemyer(a)gmail.com>
If you still want to try to do one of these as an exercise, the same
thing needs to happen to libpff. You can find it in the security
i made SR for libpff.
Great. I hope that at least let you see how the branch, osc co, edit,
osc commit, SR process worked. That is the basic process used with
OBS by all of the devs. 80% of my packaging involves that basic set
of steps. The hard part is knowing what to do in the edit phase, but
you'll get the hang of it (if that is new to you.)
The other 20% of the time, I need to create a patch. We use quilt for
that. I wouldn't bother with that for now if I was you. The tutorial
link I sent you originally walks thru the process of creating a patch.
Anytime I need to do that I just pull up that tutorial and follow the
I do use quilt setup *.spec a lot just to expand tarballs and take a
look inside. Especially for figuring out the license, you have to
look inside the tarball. The list of license tokens used by openSUSE
is at: http://spdx.org/licenses/
I critiqued your SR in a private mail.
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