On Sat, Jul 5, 2014 at 10:45 AM, Brian Stinson <bstinson at ksu.edu> wrote: > A specfile is coming up next! I'll post here when I have something built. > > Brian > > -- > Brian Stinson > bstinson at ksu.edu | IRC: bstinson | Bitbucket/Twitter: bstinsonmhk I see that centpkg is dependent on pyrpkg from EPEL, and expects one to do 'yum install pyrpkg'. That requires manual activation of the EPEL repository: Is the EPEL 3rd party repository stable enough for RHEL and CentOS 7 yet? This could be GPL copied over straight from Scientific Linux, from at http://ftp2.scientificlinux.org/linux/scientific/6/SRPMS/SL/yum-conf-epel-6-1.1.src.rpm. Or perhaps our CentOS developers have some internal tool they use to configure this? I hope that CentOS can have EPEL as a supported optional yum configuration, if EPEL is going to be critical for using tools like centpkg.