[CentOS-devel] How get a spec file with all macros expanded
Marcos Lois Bermúdez
marcos.discalis at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 09:27:44 EDT 2012
Thanks for you fast reply.
I know this solutions, but don0t fix my problem, i can extract the spec
file, but this can have if macros in some parts, that will en with more
or less buildrequires, etc.
I don't know if this is posible, so i only want a already preprocesed
spec file with all macros expanded so i can extract acurate info of
I will ask this on user list, as this list is only for development.
El 27/03/2012 14:37, Johnny Hughes escribió:
> On 03/27/2012 05:56 AM, Marcos Lois Bermúdez wrote:
>> I'm building some packages using CentOS 6, and i have a question that i
>> can't get answer for, i think that is a common task in rpm build that
>> will get some info that will help in automate some process.
>> I need to get a spec file with all macro exanded, so i can extract info
>> of buildrequires, etc..
> If you want to know the buildrequries, you can do this to with the SRPM:
> rpm -qp --requires<name>.src.rpm
> You can also extract the spec file directly with the command and then do
> things with sed or grep to that file:
> rpm2cpio<name>.src.rpm | cpio -i *.spec
> You can also see all the macro information for rpm with the command:
> rpmbuild --showrc
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