[CentOS-devel] where is the centos-packager source?
Yedidyah Bar David
didi at redhat.com
Thu Sep 14 06:17:33 UTC 2017
On Thu, Sep 14, 2017 at 1:30 AM, Ken Dreyer <kdreyer at redhat.com> wrote:
> Is there a Git repository with the source code for the centos-packager package?
I am not sure, but I do manage to find:
which links to:
Dist Git Repo: http://copr-dist-git.fedorainfracloud.org/cgit/bstinson/centos-packager/centos-packager.git
Git URL: https://github.com/bstinsonmhk/centos-packager.git
Latest cbs build of the package was not built from a git repo,
which would have made it easier to find, but from an SRPM:
And if you download the srpm and unpack it, you see that its content is
identical to the content of master branch from above dist-git.
It might have been better, or at least easier to find,
if dist-git was on git.centos.org, and cbs build was from there.
(Mainly doing the above as an exercise for myself. HTH)
> I'm interested in adding a feature to centos-cert to allow downloading
> the CAs without re-generating a user cert (basically splitting up
> download_cert() in /usr/bin/centos-cert.)
> This would make it easier to run cbs in Jenkins with ephemeral cloud
> slaves, without having to hardcode the
> https://accounts.centos.org/ca/ca-cert.pem URL in the job's code.
> It also looks like the centos-packager.spec's License field says
> "GPLv2+", whereas the COPYING file is the GPLv3, so it would be good
> to make these align.
> - Ken
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