[R-repo-dev] Update

Dan Bolser dan.bolser at gmail.com
Sun May 2 18:04:55 EDT 2010

On 2 May 2010 20:13, Pierre-Yves <pingou at pingoured.fr> wrote:
> Hi all,
> The list has been rather quiet lately but things are moving on my side.
> I am compiling the ~1244 SRPMs that I have for Fedora 13 (R-2.11.0),
> i686 and x86_64. This is now running for 5 days already.
> So far in i386 I have 839 failed build and 119 on x86_64 out of 1642
> package built so far.
> I am now using mock to build for all architecture and it can be used for
> any system to. Therefore I will try to build for epel-5 afterward
> (except if someone has the time/wish to do so).
> I run mock via smock [1], which I have configured to build directly into
> my local copy of the repo (so I don't use apache). Smock detects
> automatically the order in which the packages should be built, generate
> the RPMs using mock (chroot environment), copy the RPM to the local
> repository (where you define it), build the next RPM using the RPMs
> built before when necessary.
> It does not build the RPMs which are already in the repo.
> Therefore, we could generate the srpm of all R packages and start smock
> on it.
> I will update R2spec to be able to define the argument given to
> rpmbuild, which would allow us to use -bs instead of -ba and therefore
> construct easily all the srpm of all R packages.
> As soon as the builds are done, I will sync the files to the repo and
> probably change its structure (and therefore the yum conf file).
> That is it for the news, anything on your side ? Any questions ?

Nothing to report here. Let me know when you have or need the centos repo built.


> Pierre
> [1]
> The project:
> http://git.annexia.org/?p=fedora-mingw.git
> The tree:
> http://git.annexia.org/?p=fedora-mingw.git;a=tree;f=smock;h=0133f319e7c0c7ba9b7bd355a80d145bfdedb859;hb=966f55f8692da3f842da077e57c22ff501e380e1
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