On Fri, 2007-03-09 at 20:01 -0800, Toshio Kuratomi wrote: > If this is the same thought as past discussions, the whitelist is per > package. I make a build. The rpms are run through rpmlint. The issues > reported are compared against the previous build's rpmlint. If there > are problems not previously whitelisted, the rpm is not pushed to the > repo until the maintainer somehow adds the warnings to the whitelist or > updates the spec so it no longer causes the error. (Maybe it's filling > in a reason and submitting it to the packageDB. Maybe it's a specially > formatted comment in the spec file. I don't know how people would want > to implement the feature.) I thought there's already a whitelist. There's (W)arnings and (E)rrors. Just like a C compiler.
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