Building RPM's fails
suson at TuckerEnergy.com
Wed Dec 12 16:49:10 GMT 2001
I've been using kpp, which is now built into kdevelop, for some time now. Note that I customize the
templates, keeping 2-3 in a subdirectory of my home directory. However, I put my tarball (after
converting it from gzip to bzip2 - Any chance of getting bzip2 tarballs in the near future?) in
/usr/src/redhat/SOURCE, and my spec file in /usr/src/redhat/SPECS, and then build it there. Using this
methodology, I've never had any problems.
"Keep the faith."
Stephan Hermann wrote:
> On Tuesday, 11. December 2001 22:23, you wrote:
> > I am having the exact same problem. I save the spec file in the root dir
> > of my source code, and then hit "build" and nothing happens, followed
> > almost immediately by the statement on the status bar "RPMs finished."
> To prevent this, build your own spec file and build your own RPM/SRPM
> packages. It's much better to do this, because the spec-file-template of
> kdevelop is only a help.
> I think, you can't use it, to build clean RPM packages of your application.
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