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Re: beehive?



hi Dan,

On Wed, 14 Jul 2004, Dan Williams wrote:

Beehive is the Red Hat build system, to which all Red Hat-built SRPMs
are submitted.
Okay, I guessed that much, but thanks for the clarification.

Only after an SRPM goes through beehive and passes the build on all architectures does it become part of Rawhide.
Neat.

(other tests like ensuring non-overlapping NVR, sane SRPM, etc are performed as well).
NVR?

This sounds like a nice idea to test third-party RPMS. Is there any chance of this build system, that is the sources, being released?

And out of curiosity: why does the kernel.src.rpm check for the existance of /etc/beehive-root and if it does not exist changes the release tag?

bye,
 andreas



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