Dne 9.2.2016 v 00:40 Jan Holčapek napsal(a):
since I'm new to Copr, and could not find answers in , particularly in section
, I'm seeking help here.
First things first: did I actually get it right it's possible to build SRPM and
binary RPMs off git URL (accessible over
https, namely Github repo)?
Here's what I would like to do:
1) create a new copr
2) create a new package within the copr
3) build the package off the sources (tar.gz + specfile) hosted on Github
4) package is built
Here's what I end up with:
1) well, I did that
2) ditto, so far, so good
3) build failed with suggestion "See logs for more details.", yet I can't
4) (not there yet)
I'm suppose this might be an instance of a known bug , yet the referenced build
 is off external SRPM, rather than
public git, like my build .
Yes, it is possible. However it is so young feature so I hesitated to announce and at the
start even document it.
We (and several other people) use it and we are working on make it more usable.
One of the problem is that you can easily make typo there and reporting from our dist-git
sucks and we have in TODO to
somehow forward you the errors from dist-git so you know what is happening.
If you want to try it, then feel free, but I warned you :)
I just wrote:
Please read it and do not hesitate if it's not clear to you.
The tab "Git and Tito" is in master already rename to just "Tito"
which is less confusing.
BTW we have in plan to add similar function for pyp2rpm so we can build directly from
Regarding webhooks this is something I need to document, but you can watch
where Adam explains that.
Miroslav Suchy, RHCA
Red Hat, Senior Software Engineer, #brno, #devexp, #fedora-buildsys