On Fri, Jun 08, 2018 at 04:17:00AM +0800, Junjie Mao wrote:
Thanks for the pointer, Miguel. It seems that buildreq_add lists the
required packages but does not say how these packages can be
installed. Is it assumed that all the packages can be installed via
swupd? How if a build dependency is not available in *.rpm, but must be
installed via pip?
the packages listed in buildreq_add should be available in RPM
repository your autospec is configured to use, otherwise it will fail
installing the dependency.
As of this day, autospec is configured to use the configuration in the
projects/common/conf/clear.cfg, which will tell mock to use RPMs
in the 'local' repo.
The available Clear Linux* RPMs list lives at
All, Please notice this is not meant to be used directly as a RPM
repository for users, but for autospec package building blocks only.
The user way of installing software shiped by the OS is through swupd.