I've only used rpmbuild -bb mondo.spec after going in and changing the
values by hand. If you'd be so kind what would the m4 command line look
like: m4 VER=2.0.8 m4.spec?
On Fri, 2006-05-12 at 23:43 +0200, Bruno Cornec wrote:
> JeffS said on Fri, May 12, 2006 at 12:43:01PM -0400:
> > What entries is epoch and OBS looking for in mondo.spec? Also what
> Files under SVN are sometimes templates rather than real files.
> the .spec is ib that category. Epoch and OBS are expanded during build
> You should look at one produced in a src.rpm package to have a better
> idea of the result.
> Epoch was a try to allow for easy updates due to changes in numbering
> schema: 2.06 being > 2.0.7 :-(
> But fedora/mandriva people are not happy with having the SVN revision as
> the Epoch. So I will remove it completely for 2.0.8, and people may have
> to force the install of rpms for this time.
> And I will also produce release tags for RPMs which should be more
> > version has the mkisofs speed=1 removed or not not yet?
> You should try the SVN branch called 2.0.8 with revision upper than
> r459. (Doing svn log -v on that branch and searching for speed should
> help you).