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== Turn smock into a real program ==
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''Summary of idea:'' [http://git.annexia.org/?p=fedora-mingw.git;a=tree;f=smock;hb=HEAD smock] is a hack that Dan and I wrote a few years ago that lets you build a chain of RPMs in mock.  It works out all the dependencies and builds the packages in the right order, using the result from an earlier build to satisfy dependencies in a later build, and being almost completely automated.  What really needs to happen is that [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Projects/Mock mock] is extended to support this as a native feature.
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Revision as of 19:53, 9 January 2011

Other ideas that were incomplete or worth considering are found at Summer coding ideas for 2009.

Find an idea you like? Want to propose your own? See our Getting Started Guide:

http://groups.google.com/group/redhat-summer/web/gsoc-getting-started

Turn smock into a real program

Status:

Summary of idea: smock is a hack that Dan and I wrote a few years ago that lets you build a chain of RPMs in mock. It works out all the dependencies and builds the packages in the right order, using the result from an earlier build to satisfy dependencies in a later build, and being almost completely automated. What really needs to happen is that mock is extended to support this as a native feature.

Contacts:

Mentor(s):

Notes:

Project name

Status:

Summary of idea:

Contacts:

Mentor(s):

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