On Sat, 2006-09-02 at 08:42 -0500, Clark Williams wrote:
What I haven't gotten my head around is what needs to be done for
hypothetical "install" command. It may just be running yum with the
appropriate root arguments to install rpmlint, then just running rpm
install the target rpms into the chroot. Or maybe we just add rpmlint
the default package set. It may be that we don't need a new command
we can get everything done with what exists and external logic.
I'd welcome discussion on how to do this and on how to improve chroot
management in general.
Whats wrong with using mockhelper yum --installroot /chroot
localinstall /path/to/buildrpms/*.rpm ?
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