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Re: About rpm --querytags option



This brings to mind a problem I had to deal with not too long ago.

How does one find the spec file a package is built from?

Is there a more reliable / faster way than something like this?

rpm -qlp package.src.rpm | egrep '\.spec$'

Robert

On Mon, 7 Jan 2008, Michael Schwendt wrote:

On 07/01/2008, jeanpca free fr <jeanpca free fr> wrote:

   Hello

   I use the rpm command to manipulate rpm file and to identify them,
 by name, by version, by release, by arch..

   I am in trouble with the tags SOURCE and SOURCERPM wich are listed
 by the rpm command when I type : rpm --querytags

   I read
http://www.rpm.org/max-rpm/ch-queryformat-tags.html  but
 didn't find answer to my question :

   when I type:  rpm -qp --qf "%{source}\n"
 /tmp/my_binary_rpm.i386.rpm

   I can see : (none)

The query is bad. %{source} is an array and holds the values of the
src.rpm spec file's primary SourceX tags. Use query "[%{source} ]"
instead to retrieve all values.

   and when I type : rpm -qp --qf "%{sourcerpm}\n"
 /tmp/my_binary_rpm.i386.rpm

   I can see the name of the source which has been used to produce
 this binary rpm

   so when I see "(none)", is it sufficient to say that the rpm file
 is a binary rpm ?

I don't understand why you want to mix the two values. A binary rpm
that was built from a source rpm returns a value in %{sourcerpm}. A
source rpm returns "(none)" in %{sourcerpm} because it is built from a
spec file, not from a src.rpm.

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