In preparation for F29, I went to define new build and srpm-build groups to
remove gcc an gcc-c++ and remain aligned with Fedora.
However, `koji add-group f29 build` does nothing--it doesn't add the group to
the database (associated with the f29 tag). I can also find no errors in the
Apache or PostgreSQL logs.
It's been a while since I've needed to modify groups which are typically
inherited from the previous version tag. Is there something I'm missing?
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I just released new version of Mock. From the release notes:
Starting with mock-core-configs version 29.1 the gpg keys for rawhide are checked now.
There is a new config option print_main_output, which allows you to override default behavior:
# By default, mock only prints the build log to stderr if it is a tty; you can
# force it on here (for CI builds where there is no tty, for example) by
# setting this to True, or force it off by setting it to False.
# config_opts['print_main_output'] = None
Following new environment variables are passed to mock from user environment: http_proxy, ftp_proxy, https_proxy,
bash completion has been reworked and is now much simple and hopefully better
There are new configs for Fedora 30.
Mockchain will again stop after the first failure if -c or --recurse is not used.
Commands started by mock will be using C.UTF-8 locale instead of en_US.UTF-8, which does not need to be available.
There is new default for nspawn_args: config_opts['nspawn_args'] = ['--capability=cap_ipc_lock']. This will enable
cap_ipc_lock in nspawn container, which will allow to use mlock() RHBZ#1580435.
Do not get spec from the command line when using scm GH#203
use host's resolv.conf when --enable-network is set on cml RHBZ#1593212
Following contributors contributed to this release:
Owen W. Taylor
Note: version 1.4.12 has been skipped due error discovered during releasing.