On 31.8.2017 11:03, Petr Pisar wrote:
On Thu, Aug 31, 2017 at 10:50:00AM +0200, Miro Hrončok wrote:
> I've recently come to a package, where an rpmlint error is bogus and I want
> to ignore it in the taskotron check.
> I think I have heard about a way to ignore such error using rpmlintrc file
> and placing it in dist-git. However I cannot find any documentation for
> this, and inspecting the task-rpmlint source does not indicate this is
> Maybe it is not possible at all.
You can put ".rpmlint" file into the dist-git repository and then "fedpkg
lint" will invoke rpmlint with "-f .rpmlint" options. I use it quite
That's probably where the idea in my mind came from.
However, I worry tasktron jobs does not support. Mostly because it
RPM packages downloaded from Koji. It does not clone repository from dist-git
as far as I know.
But this should be fixable because I've heard last plan is to move tests to
rpms dist-git namespace. That means tasktron will have to clone the dist-git
repository. Then it's only of matter picking up the ".rpmlint" file from
Probably, let's follow https://pagure.io/taskotron/task-rpmlint/issue/5
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