[scl.org] [CentOS-devel] CBS build tags and git branches names for SCL

Honza Horak hhorak at redhat.com
Wed Mar 4 13:22:26 UTC 2015

On 03/04/2015 01:42 PM, Honza Horak wrote:
> On 02/25/2015 06:14 PM, Honza Horak wrote:
>> On 02/24/2015 08:47 AM, Honza Horak wrote:
>> I'm also still thinking about destination tags for sclo SIG -- currently
>> there are those two proposed for every elX version: scloX-testing and
>> scloX-release..
>> And the process (as I understand it) requires rpms first to be tagged
>> into scloX-testing and after it tag those built from SCM into
>> scloX-release.
>> I'm not sure if the middle step with scloX-testing is required for rpms
>> coming from 'rpms' git project actually, since those should already be
>> tested from 'sclo' git project.
>> So, can we actually simplify the process and tag into scloX-release
>> right after building from 'rpms' git project?
>> If not, then I'd propose to have some different tag for not-yet-released
>> rpms from the stable repos (e.g. scloX-candidate)
>> Then it would work like this:
>> rpms built from 'sclo' git repos will be tagged into scloX-testing
>> rpms built from 'rpms' git repos will be tagged first into
>> scloX-candidate and then into sclX-release on releasing
>> Thoughts?
> There is also another idea Remi suggested.. It's basically about having
> 3 repositories:
> - centos-scl => downstream of RHSCL, same content, only for CentOS users
> - centos-scl-devel / testing => upstream of RHSCL (we need to ensure
> that NEVR in this repo < previous one)

Do we really? I understand that repo more like rawhide in Fedora and it 
feels correct to me to update collections as soon as this testing 
repository is enabled.

Not speaking about technical aspect, that would probably require to set 
epoch in every package in RHSCL, right?


> and perhaps additional packages
> (for CentOS and RHSCL users)
> - centos-scl-sig / additional / stable => package NOT in RHSCL. This can
> be used by CentOS and RHSCL users.
> Honza
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