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Re: when to use one and when to use several SPEC files?



>>>>> Gregory Leblanc <gleblanc@linuxweasel.com>:

> Building RPMs that you plan to distribute from a CVS checkout is
> generally a bad idea.  At the least, the CVS checkout should be done
> as a checkout from a specific date and time, and that information
> should be included in the RPM so that people can find and reproduce
> the source files.

The RPMs are built from tagged formal releases with version numbers
(1.0, 1.1 etc.).

The SPEC file is used as a single point of change for the version
number.  I extract it from there to compile it into the code.





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