lmadsen at thinkingphones.com
Mon Dec 29 10:24:08 CST 2014
On 27 December 2014 at 19:15, Matthew Jordan <mjordan at digium.com> wrote:
> If that doesn't work for you, I'd suggest making your own packages.
This is what we've ended up doing. I took the SRPM file from the Fedora
repository and hacked the SPEC file to suit my own needs. It only builds
what I need now, and does it in a way that I expect. From there, I then
pump it and the dependencies into mock and it spits out the resulting
RPMs for me. I even built a wrapper bash script that lets me pass in
arguments such as build number and Asterisk version so that I have a single
RPM spec file that I can pass various bits of info into. From there I added
it to our Jenkins server and now commits that are merged via Gerrit
automatically build in Jenkins and are pushed to our Pulp server for
distribution to our various data centres.
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