On Sat, 10 Jan 2015 00:27:15 -0600, Bruno Wolff III wrote:
While working on a spec file to cause build failure if new fonts
up in a package, I noticed two oddities with the checking for unpackaged
An unpackaged empty directory will not trigger a build failure.
That's an ordinary "unowned directory", which has never before triggered
a build failure. Else there would not have been hundreds of such issues
in packages. ;-)
It's not considered fatal, because if it's a directory with special
ownership/permissions, you would have an %attr entry for it for sure.
If a file is covered by %exclude in the main package, but is not
in any subpackage, it will not trigger a build failure.
%exclude is global per spec file, or else you would need to %exclude
a file in _all_ subpackages (in the case when deleting it in %install
would be more convenient anyway). That would cause some pain in some