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Re: Mock Configs [Was: Re: Plan for tomorrows EPEL SIG meeting]



On Jun 13, 2007, at 8:21 AM, Rex Dieter wrote:

Jeff Sheltren wrote:

At one point a while back I was building something for el5 x86_64,
and I ran into a problem of yum pulling in i386 packages (from the
x86_64 core repo).  Talking to people in #centos-devel, I got the
following exclude line from Johnny Hughes (slightly modified) for the
mock config:
exclude=[a-zA-Z]*.i?86 g[^l]*.i?86 glib2*.i?86 glib-*.i?86 glib.i?86

I've always used simply,
exclude=*.i?86
why the extra fuss and complexity?

-- Rex


I'm really not sure. What I got from Johnny seems to be what is used in the Fedora configs: exclude=[ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefhijklmnopqrstuvwxyz]*.i*86 g [abcdefghijkmnopqrstuvwxyz]*.i?86 glib2.i?86 glib.i?86 *-devel.i?86

I simplified the regexes a bit to get what I pasted in my previous mail, but honestly I don't know why not just exclude all i?86 packages. Are there possibly packages that we need that are not excluded by that line?

Either way, I think we need to have some sort of exclude for the x86_64 config or we end up with yum errors due to conflicting x86_64/ i?86 packages.

-Jeff


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