The problem is with this line:, where you specify -n vera-master for %autosetup. That's how directory is called in But in dist-git the directory in the tarball is called vera++-1.3 (name of the package + version). If the command was %autosetup -q, it would work. Are you able to change the name of the directory in the archive at


On Wed, May 31, 2017 at 11:59 AM, Michal Novotny <> wrote:
Hello, I am just deploying a new version of copr-dist-git that should fix that particular problem so you can try that. There seems to be a problem later on in building phase but we need to solve it afterwards. clime

On Wed, May 31, 2017 at 12:54 AM, Jeandet Alexis <> wrote:

I try to build a package from gtihub, it seems that git repo name must be the same that package name in spec file?
Looking this build:
Looking the log here:
I tried on my desktop, I had to replace the following options:
package=vera by package=vera++
git_get=git clone --depth 1 vera by git_get=git clone --depth 1 vera++

Did I miss something? On github, it seems that I can't call my repo vera++, how can I override previous options?

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