[scl.org] No sources on softwarecollections.org?

Jakub QB Dorňák jdornak at redhat.com
Tue Jul 15 13:01:37 UTC 2014

I suppose that reposync is able to do this perfectly for You, isn't it?

----- Original Message -----
From: "R P Herrold" <herrold at owlriver.com>
To: sclorg at redhat.com
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2014 7:23:46 PM
Subject: [scl.org] No sources on softwarecollections.org?

On Mon, 14 Jul 2014, Jakub QB Dorňák wrote:

> You are right, they are not easy to find, because there are no extra links to them.
> But if You click "browse", You may find the SRPMs in the repository. Once You install the RPM with YUM repository configuration, You may get SRPMs using yumdownloader.

would it be possible to simply expose a durable target 
pointing to SRPMs, or of the entire archive [e.g., 1], which 
something like this mirroring script might then transit:

# lftp -f sclorg.conf

where sclorg.conf contains

mirror -c -e \
        -I "*/SRPMS/*"                                  \
        -I "*/sources/*"                                \
	-I "*src.rpm"					\
	-X "*"						\
	https://www.softwarecollections.org/archive/	\


which harvests just SRPMs. 

-- Russ herrold

[1] https://www.softwarecollections.org/archive/

ps -- the content in that new target may consist entirely of 
links and be made by something like this, automatically

#	sco mirror target builder fragment
#	License: gplv3+
#	Copyright: (c) 2014 R P Herrold
#	reports: info at owlriver.com
#	suitable for cron
[ ! -e ${DESTDIR} ] && mkdir -p ${DESTDIR}
for i in ` find ${ROOTDIR} -type d | grep -v "^[.]"` ; do
	BASDIR=`dirname $i`
	HASPATH=`echo "${BASDIR}" | sed -e  "s@${ROOTDIR}@${DESTDIR}@g"`
	[ ! -e ${HASPATH} ] && mkdir -p ${HASPATH}
	for j in `find ${BASDIR} -maxdepth 1 -name "*.rpm"` ;
		[ ! -e $j ] && ln -s $j ${HASPATH}
#	add inverse logic to rm links to files aged away out 
#	out of the source tree

I don't speculate as to the 'aging away' process as I don't 
quite understand what the process is, to be able to graft into 

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