On Friday, January 10, 2020 11:54:45 AM CET Miroslav Suchý wrote:
Dne 09. 01. 20 v 16:17 Richard Shaw napsal(a):
> I just had a thought and wondered if it were possible.
> I have an upstream that posts alpha and beta releases to a specific URL.
> What I'd like copr (or something) to do is:
> 1. Monitor those URLs so it knows when a new alpha is pushed
> 2. Pull the spec file from fedora rawhide (master)
> 3. Run rpmdev-bumpspec -n <version> -c "Update to <version>."
> 4. Create a build in my COPR project using the new source.
> Is this possible?
You are descibing rebase-helper:
integrated with upstream-monitoring:
Good idea, but is this working correctly for alpha versions? People usually
intentionally ignore alpha versions in upstream-monitoring config.
This works right now. When you register to release-monitoring.org
new release is out, then you will get BZ report
stating that new release is out and there is linked build with bumped version and with
Miroslav Suchy, RHCA
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