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On Fri, 2004-12-31 at 11:30 -0500, D. Scott Barninger wrote:
> Hello Kern,
> On Fri, 2004-12-31 at 16:32 +0100, Kern Sibbald wrote:
> > By the way, you might want to pull the cvs for ryol, which is under the
> > Bacula project. It should be able to build most of a system -- I have
> > only tried it on about 50 rpms at a time. Everything is still pretty
> > primitive. Please read the README -- for you it is probably best to
> > create a new userid under which you build if you don't have a dedicated
> > build machine, because it "zaps" your .rpmmacros file.
> OK, I'm working on a couple Makefile changes but I don't want to stomp
> you if you are actively editing right now.
> 1. split personal configuration out into an include file
> 2. add a target to wget your base rpms
Go ahead. It is all yours. I'm learning about anaconda - impressive.
Certain parts are very clean. Other parts like the comps (Components)
are *really* ugly, and way overly complicated IMO -- though it does
allow you to view groups of packages, and if you click on one package in
the group, it will ensure that any needed parents are included as well.
It is absolutely mind boggling what one can do with Python. If I were
starting from scratch today with Bacula, I would probably write it in
Python, with only some small time critical parts in C helper routines.
Best regards, Kern