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On 23/05/12 08:16, Nick Coghlan wrote:
> How does this compare to Tarek Ziade's existing pypi2rpm project?
> From a quick look, the main difference appears to be that pyp2rpm
> creates a spec file only, while pypi2rpm creates the RPM directly.
Pyp2rpm supports a packager to create an initial spec.
Using pypi2rpm there's IMHO no way to get produced rpms into fedora.
(because of missing srpm)
If you don't care about that, I guess, pypi2rpm will be good enough.
Yes, it is exactly as Matthias says.
pyp2rpm is a tool for packager, it creates an rpm specfile, which is prefilled with the
automatically extractable data.
pypi2rpm is a tool for user who wants to create binary rpms, but it can't produce
specfile nor srpm in any form.
Bohuslav "Slavek" Kabrda.