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On Thursday, October 13, 2011, Dan White wrote: > Why not just make a repo out of your RPM's ? Fair question. I have considered that before, but because CPacMan repos are bit more dynamic in nature (think real-time changes) (we have packages moving from repo-to-repo, added/deleted, all the time and running "createrepo" every time seems like unnecessary step in the process). Setting up each and every repo manually would be quite a bit of overhead. They are already defined in CPacMan and it would be nice not to have to re-define them every time. Plus when things move internally for CPacMan it would be nice to avoid following this up with same updates of Yum configs (I know I can do the "generate Yum configs from CPacMan configs" but that misses quite a few other things too). Also what I am trying to do is to keep CPacMan and Yum at arms length with the only bridge - cpacman_yum plugin which helps in not "reinventing the wheel" and keeps cpacman itself fairly independant of Yum's evolution (which is *not* a comment on Yum's quality/capability/availability/stability/etc.). -- Dmitry Makovey Web Systems Administrator Athabasca University (780) 675-6245 --- Confidence is what you have before you understand the problem Woody Allen When in trouble when in doubt run in circles scream and shout http://www.wordwizard.com/phpbb3/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=19330
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