2008/4/2, Mark Bidewell <mark.bidewell(a)alumni.clemson.edu>:
I apologize if this is the wrong list for this.
I am looking into using Koji/Mock for some projects. These tools take
source rpms. I am familiar with building binary rpms ( I normally compile
the software install it in a chroot and build the RPM from that), but I am a
little unclear as to how to produce a source rpm and my google searches have
been a little unhelpful. Are there any good resources on creating source
and you get some info.
the most useful:
rpmbuild -bs file.spec
and rpmbuild -bs --nodeps file.spec
That's all 'bout spec. You may also want to use spectool to
automagically download sourcer and put where they should exist.
yum install rpmdevtools
ie. spectool -g -R -S file.spec
Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek