Re: Koji - RPM naming

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On 01/01/2012 02:53 AM, Dennis Gilmore wrote:
El Sun, 01 Jan 2012 02:34:33 +0000
Gordan Bobic<gordan@xxxxxxxxxx>  escribió:
On 01/01/2012 02:28 AM, Dennis Gilmore wrote:
El Sun, 01 Jan 2012 01:43:17 +0000
Gordan Bobic<gordan@xxxxxxxxxx>   escribió:
On 01/01/2012 01:16 AM, Dennis Gilmore wrote:
El Sat, 31 Dec 2011 13:26:00 -0700
<webwillow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>    escribió:
As i have come across the builds of rpm's in koji i noticed that
some packages have something like dist_0.src.rpm or
dist_1.src.rpm instead if dist.src.rpm. This causes koji to spit
them out due to version mismatch errors, how is this addressed
by the fedora team? Do ou have to modify the main tag or?

we make the srpms from a git checkout on primary arches. %{?dist}
is set to whats expected inside the buildroot used to make the
srpms. the srpms we feed into secondary arches have matching
fedora-release installed and get the right values. without
specifics about what your talking about or doing there is no way
to help you.

I believe what Don is talking about is that some src.rpm packages
are called dist_<number>.src.rpm instead of dist.<number>.src.rpm,
and what we have found is that koji seems to choke on this. But if

rpm -ivh mypackage-1.2.3.dist_1.src.rpm
cd ~/rpmbuild/SPECS
rpmbuild -bs mypackage.spec

you end up with mypackage-1.2.3.dist.1.src.rpm

If you feed the original file with the underscore to koji, it
chokes on it. If you feed it the newly generated src.rpm with
the . in the name instead of _, it works fine.

What Don and I are wondering about is where did these _ named
packages come from and why.

im guessing then your talking about rhel rpms. the dist value
would  be set to whats in the srpm at its build time.

Yes we are talking about the RHEL6 rpms, but the problem isn't in the
dist part - the problem seems to be that something has ended up
creating the src.rpms with the _ separator after the dist part for
some reason.

thats part of the dist tag

I think I just twigged what you actually mean. There must have been a builder with a broken dist tag setting?

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