On Saturday 02 June 2007, Jesse Keating wrote:
On Saturday 02 June 2007 07:48:26 Ville Skyttä wrote:
> I don't think we can define __arch_install_post automatically (ie. "claim
> ownership of the macro") for all systems. If the system already had
> __arch_install_post set to something in let's say /etc/rpm/macros, what
> happens? What about ~/.rpmmacros?
These override the redhat-rpm-macros don't they? I'm not sure of the
Neither am I, especially in the case if we include this stuff and enable it by
default in a rpmdevtools subpackage. It would probably have to happen by
dropping a let's say /etc/rpm/macros.rpmdevtools file; would that override
something set in /etc/rpm/macros or vice versa?
Anyway I guess setting it in redhat-rpm-config's defaults would be the safest
way to do it. That would mean that the scripts  in question would be also
better included in it instead of in a rpmdevtools subpackage.
 In addition to check-buildroot, check-rpaths would be nice to have there.