On 06/24/2011 10:04 PM, yanchuan wrote:
What is the difference among thos tags in the buildsystem web of
There are 13 tags for Fedora 15,and I'm confused with the relationship among
those tags.I know dist-f15-updates
is inherited from dist-f15,and dist-f15-override is inherited from
This is specific to Fedora's tag setup. Other folks know more about that
than I, but I don't see a reply yet so...
dist-f15 is where the builds for the gold release of Fedora 15 live. Now
that F15 is released, this tag should not change.
dist-f15-updates is where updates for F15 go. Builds are tagged here as
part of the update process.
dist-f15-override is used to hold builds that need to be in the
buildroot for dependency reasons, but are otherwise there. Normally this
happens when you have two interdependent updates. These get built in
dist-f15-updates-candidate which does /not/ feed into the buildroot.
Such buildroot overrides are managed by Bodhi
I what to know which package should
goes to dist-f15-updates?
When the build is part of an update that goes live
In what situation, a package should goes to
dist-f15-override but not dist-f15-updates?
When the build is needed in the buildroot but is not yet released.
Normally such a build would eventually get into the -update tag, but it
is possible that the update will fail testing and not be released, in
which case (I presume) Bodhi would eventually remove it from the