On Monday 25 of April 2016 10:57:26 Miroslav Suchý wrote:
Dne 24.4.2016 v 03:59 Sérgio Basto napsal(a):
> and I have to upload 123M every time , I think that is that Martin (and
> me ) want to avoid .
Until we open dist-git for writing (not likely in very near future)
there is no way to workaround it. Either you must upload it or Copr have
to download it each time.
The issue, I believe, is re-uploading -- at least for me on asymmetric
internet connection. Re-downloading is probably not that big issue for
copr and people might see this as detail.
I must give +1 to the feature which would allow us to trigger build by
webhook against git repository having spec file (while downloading of the
sources would have be done automatically, `spectool *.spec -S`). This
should of course be configured in git directly (.copr.yml file?) --
while I'm 100% giving -1 to turing-complete programmable way (shell script
in git?) how to generate source rpm.
To me, this is not feature which goes against dist-git-with-write-access
feature, both are needed. Should I write a patch? I know at least about
one upstream I'm not part of (pgjdbc) who would love to pioneer the