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Should be able to generate srpm and rpm from git checkout using rake
|Status:||Needs Decision||Start date:||10/02/2010|
|Assignee:||Michael Stahnke||% Done:|
|Affected Puppet version:||Branch:|
|Keywords:||rake rpm spec communitypatch|
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As a user with a security policy that provides limited source for package downloads, in order to have a packaged version of puppet, packages should be able to be generated through a git clone and rake.
There was some discussion about this earlier this week or last in #puppet. It would be nice to have a rake task to generate an rpm from the contributed spec file provided by tmz. This would allow people who would like rpms from upstream to have an even easier time making their own.
#2 Updated by Matt Robinson almost 5 years ago
- Status changed from Unreviewed to In Topic Branch Pending Review
- Target version set to 52
- Keywords changed from rake rpm spec to rake rpm spec communitypatch
Michael, thanks for the patch. Sending to the mailing list was the right thing. If you have a github branch (eg http://github.com/yourgithubid/puppet/tree/ticket/2.6.x/4918) please also add it to this ticket in the branch field. There’s info on branch naming conventions here: http://projects.puppetlabs.com/projects/puppet/wiki/Development_Development_Lifecycle
#5 Updated by Matt Robinson almost 5 years ago
- Status changed from In Topic Branch Pending Review to Needs Decision
- Assignee set to James Turnbull
James, I’m assigning this to you as we discussed in person. I wanted your feedback on putting rake tasks in to build packages and whether this was something we wanted to do.
#9 Updated by Matt Robinson almost 5 years ago
- Assignee changed from James Turnbull to Nigel Kersten
Hey Nigel, thought I’d see if you had an opinion about adding rake tasks to puppet to build packages. This probably needs further thought based on the work that’s being done on Puppet Enterprise and however they’re doing packaging.