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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
> http://cvs.fedoraproject.org/viewcvs/rpms/wqy-bitmap-fonts/devel/
> and the .cvsignore and source files do include the new conf file.
>
> do you think there could be other places wrong?
> thank you

You have to bump the revision and re-run "make tag".

> Qianqian
>
>
> Jon Ciesla wrote:
>>> On Tue, 2007-12-11 at 12:36 -0600, Jon Ciesla wrote:
>>>
>>>>> hi
>>>>>
>>>>> 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
>>>>> ...
>>>>> 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
>>>>> /etc/fonts/conf.d/http://kronos/wfc/logon
>>>>>
>>>>> 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
>>>> /path/to/61-wqy-bitmapsong.conf"
>>>>
>>>> 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. :)
>>
>>
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>>
>>
>>
>


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