[CentOS-devel] How to compile modular SRPMs for CentOS 8?

Thu Apr 14 11:42:06 UTC 2022
Stephen Smoogen <ssmoogen at redhat.com>

On Tue, 12 Apr 2022 at 23:08, Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel at gmail.com> wrote:

> I admit to disliking "modularity" for RPMs, especially because there
> are various modularity RPMs I'd like to compile for python 3.9
> compatibility. ansible-core requires at least python 3.8, but there
> are a stack of dependencies for ansible-core which have never been
> provided for python 3.9, such as python39-sphinx and python39-pytest..
> Can anyone offer me suggestions or guidance on how to build those? The
> SRPMs for python3-pytest and others seem to support modularity, but
> I'd like to use "mock" locally to test them out.

Would grabbing them out of koji.mbox.centos.org and  putting them in a
separate repository you used work?


I don't see 39 versions of nose and mock but I think that is because they
are considered dead by upstream python.

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