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rpmerizor 2.10 (stable) released

rpmerizor is a Perl script that allows you to create an RPM package from installed software.

the main change is the (optionnal) use of a 3 levels (global, user, local) configuration file

Posted by eric gerbier 2016-04-22

rpmerizor 2.9 (stable) released

rpmerizor is a Perl script that allows you to create an RPM package from installed software.

The changes for 2.9 release are :

  • fix a bug on symlinks files
  • sort files in %file section
  • add autoreq option (default on)
Posted by eric gerbier 2016-04-15

rpmerizor 2.8 (stable) released

rpmerizor is a Perl script that allows you to create an RPM package from installed software.

this is a maintenance release, the perl shebang now uses /usr/bin/env

Posted by eric gerbier 2016-03-18

new gpg key

For security reasons, I have a new gpg key, used to sign the packages.
It is avalaible as usual on http://rpmerizor.sourceforge.net/gpg.asc
and on https://sks-keyservers.net/

pub 4096R/D6F7A56A 2015-08-04 Eric Gerbier gerbier@users.sourceforge.net
Empreinte clef princip. : 9BBD C9B9 29A3 1EE7 1E1E DD71 F52C 885A D6F7 A56A

Posted by eric gerbier 2015-08-14

rpmerizor 2.7 (stable) released

rpmerizor is a Perl script that allows you to create an RPM package from installed software.

this release fixes a problem with fedora 20 : fhs directories are removed from spec

Posted by eric gerbier 2014-01-03

rpmerizor 2.6 (stable) released

rpmerizor is a Perl script that allows you to create an RPM package from installed software.

- add debug option (for developpers)
- add guess option, to automatic fill all meta data
- split dist and sign target (Makefile)
- clean target also clean signed files (Makefile)

Posted by eric gerbier 2011-12-09

rpmerizor 2.5 (stable) released

rpmerizor is a Perl script that allows you to create an RPM package from installed software.

- in rootdir mode, guess name and version from directory name
- add compat option, for compatibility with old rpm version
- add default option, to fill release/group with default values
- guess for config/doc files from prefix
- add stdin option, to get files from stdin

Posted by eric gerbier 2011-04-08

rpmerizor 2.4-2 (stable) released

the 2.4-2 release fix a bug on make_path use

Posted by eric gerbier 2011-03-24

rpmerizor 2.4 (stable) released

rpmerizor is a Perl script that allows you to create an RPM package from installed software.

- add url option
- add packager option
- bugfix : do not call find if no directory given
- check and create specdir/buildir if necessary
- check if rpmbuild exists

Posted by eric gerbier 2011-03-22

rpmerizor 2.3 (stable) released

rpmerizor is a Perl script that allows you to create an RPM package from installed software.

- add rootdir option
- add buildarch option
- analyse rpmbuild status and fill script exit status

Posted by eric gerbier 2011-03-03

rpmerizor 2.2 (stable) released

rpmerizor is a Perl script that allows you to create an RPM package from installed software.

this is a major release : rpmerizor is now working as expected

- add recursive behavior
- add list_group option
- fix rpm syntaxe on files : files containing space must be quoted
- simplify rpmbuild call
- change buildroot directory to /tmp/rpmerizor_buildroot
- change spec file prep and clean to allow work with specfile outsite rpmerizor
- add comment on rpmerizor in specfile
- new man option for full help
- move pod doc in source to avoir duplicate code
- add exclude option

Posted by eric gerbier 2011-02-24

rpmerizor 2.1 (stable) released

rpmerizor is a Perl script that allows you to create an RPM package from installed software.

- add sign option
- save old specfile if exists
- use perl module Cwd instead external pwd call
- new option --spec_only (build spec, not package)
- add install_doc target in Makefile
- (Makefile) build man page from pod file
- rename edit option to edit_spec
- fix help on Version option

Posted by eric gerbier 2011-02-16

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