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Re: how to use Source1 to add an additional file

hi Jon

thank you for the reply, I did as you suggested:

make new-sources FILES "upstreamsource.tar.gz 61-wqy-bitmapsong.conf"
cvs commit
cvs up
make i386

strangely, I am getting the same error as before.
I also tried to use "cvs add 61-wqy-bitmapsong.conf", but "make i386"
failed in the same way.

the cvs of the package is at
and the .cvsignore and source files do include the new conf file.

do you think there could be other places wrong?
thank you


Jon Ciesla wrote:
On Tue, 2007-12-11 at 12:36 -0600, Jon Ciesla wrote:

I want to add a separate configuration file (61-wqy-bitmapsong.conf)
to package wqy-bitmap-fonts, after reading some examples, I used
the following syntax to make this change

Source0: http://url of the upstream package
Source1: 61-wqy-bitmapsong.conf  # the additional file

%setup -q -n %{wqyroot}
install -p -m644 %{SOURCE1} %{buildroot}%{fontconfigdir}/

then I copied 61-wqy-bitmapsong.conf  to "devel" directory,
and "cvs add 61-wqy-bitmapsong.conf". However, it failed when
I test the build with "make i386", the error message is

File Not found: ..../wqy-bitmap-fonts/devel/61-wqy-bitmapsong.conf
Installed (but unpackaged) file(s) found

did I miss anything? where should I put the 61-wqy-bitmapsong.conf
when commit to cvs?
make new-sources FILES="/path/to/main/src/file

then cvs commit.
Alternatively, make srpm, then install the srpm, work on the package in
your rpmbuild tree and then cvs-import.sh it. In that case you'll not
have to worry about adding/removing files to/from cvs and uploading the
sources. But it indeed is an overkill for small changes.

I've actually been explicitly told not to do that except for the initial
import.  Plus, I find that the plain cvs commands are faster, especially
with ssh-agent. :)

Lubomir Kundrak (Red Hat Security Response Team)

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