On Thu, 2005-03-03 at 09:36 +0100, Thomas Vander Stichele wrote:
> 1. build system using comps.xml for chroot install definitions
> build, minimal) - it would make sense and we could leverage the
> groupinstall/update/remove mechanism in yum.
Not sure what this would achieve ? In mach, these three "target" names
mean the following:
- minimal: a minimal set of packages that allows you to chroot into it
and run bash
- base: the same set of packages, but with all packages needed to make
the rpm db consistent added
- build: a bunch of additional packages that rpmbuild likes to have
(patch, gcc, ...)
Not sure what (some magic link to comps.xml) would bring more.
The big thing you gain (imho) is the easy and obvious answer of "what do
these targets mean". Instead of having it in mach specific config files