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Re: Yum and SRPMs



2006/2/16, Jesse Keating <jkeating j2solutions net>:
> On Thu, 2006-02-16 at 16:36 -0500, Sadda Teh wrote:
> >
> > My current perception of being able to develop software that's part of
> > the Fedora environment means one needs intimate knowledge of RPM and
> > its various spin off utilities. At least now it seems like a
> > user-friendly tool like yum is going to assist in actually getting the
> > SRPMs onto one's machine. Can Jesse or someone else expand on what
> > this new feature really means if my impression is totally off-base?
>
> I made a small mistake.  The unified SRPMS and srpm repodata will be
> useful for yumdownloader, not yum itself.  Yum does not and will not
> have the ability to grab srpms.
>
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will the .repo files for the debug packages be available in the fedora
release package?
I agree that it should be turned off by default but still it should be
available, especially to simplify debugging with end users.

regards,
Rudolf Kastl


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