[CentOS] How do I actaully get the current sources from centos-git?

Sun Aug 19 14:39:36 UTC 2018
me at tdiehl.org <me at tdiehl.org>

Hi Johnny,

On Wed, 15 Aug 2018 johnny at centos.org wrote:

> The issue is specifically with the ability to push sources to
> git.centos.org in the shadow cache.
> I can't do that in the current setup, only Red Hat RCM can.  I can push
> text into git, but not binary files to shadow cache.
> The only package impacted is centos-release, because it is the only
> package that we actually change the tarball and where I would need to
> push to shadow cache.
> If I push the spec changes, but not the shadow cache changes, it renders
> centos-release not buildable.
> We are working on an update whereby I will be able to push the changes
> to git.centos.org .. when we get that in place, I will maintain
> centos-release there like all the other packages.
> In the mean time, we have a 'unified centos-release' here in git (for
> all c7 arches):
> https://github.com/CentOS/sig-core-AltArch/tree/master/centos-release
> You will still need to download the SRPM to get the tarball.

Thanks for the update.

Will there be some kind of announcement when you are able to push to


Tom			me at tdiehl.org