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[opensuse-buildservice] Re: openSUSE:Tools/obs-server too old, please update (to version on
  • From: Martin Mohring <martin.mohring@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2007 13:03:30 +0200
  • Message-id: <46C18C02.6000503@xxxxxxxxx>
Adrian Schröter wrote:
On Tuesday 14 August 2007 12:16:15 wrote Adrian Schröter:
On Tuesday 14 August 2007 12:21:55 wrote Martin Mohring:

i have now successfully installed an own instance of the
openSUSE:Buildservice locally. Got it working and also imported some
of the Projects to get some testing.

What I noticed was that:
- The OBS Version in openSUSE:Tools is quite old
working on that atm.

- Major features are not implemented, so I cannot build some of the
packages currently building on
dunno what you mean here.
Sorry, I mean:

- List of build targets is old. SUSE 9.3 etc. are deleted, Fedora7 etc. not present
- The project meta config is not supported, but some projects use it
- You cannot build against current openSUSE:Factory, because project meta config uses macros
 which cause an error (e.g. %define gcc_version 42 gives expansion errors)
- osc copypac does not always work
- The OBS Version is not in sync with the features of osc in
openSUSE:Tools, featurewise.
yes, working on this. There will be a new version today.

I have submitted the current state of the new packages a second ago.

You will be able to download it via, but the publishing to
Would it make sense that you provide the installed version on
also on openSUSE:Tools/obs-server, so people can test it in their own installations? is disabled atm until I got some positive feedback about it.
Thanks for your fast reaction.
There will be also a new script what set up base distros based on the distros we have on :
Thats a helpful feature to "clone" and "update from" your basic OBS server setup.


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