Updating comps

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3. Edit Makefile to update comps-rawhide target
 
3. Edit Makefile to update comps-rawhide target
 
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{{{
 
 
- -comps-rawhide: comps-f14.xml
 
- -comps-rawhide: comps-f14.xml
 
- -      @mv comps-f14.xml comps-rawhide.xml
 
- -      @mv comps-f14.xml comps-rawhide.xml
 
+comps-rawhide: comps-f15.xml
 
+comps-rawhide: comps-f15.xml
 
+      @mv comps-f15.xml comps-rawhide.xml
 
+      @mv comps-f15.xml comps-rawhide.xml
}}}
 
 
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Revision as of 17:41, 17 August 2012

Contents

Description

When we start a new Fedora development cycle (when we branch rawhide) we have to create a new comps file for the new release. This SOP covers that action.

Action

1. clone the comps repo

$ git clone ssh://git.fedorahosted.org/git/comps

2. Create the new comps file for next release:

$ cp comps-f14.xml.in comps-f15.xml.in

3. Edit Makefile to update comps-rawhide target

- -comps-rawhide: comps-f14.xml
- -       @mv comps-f14.xml comps-rawhide.xml
+comps-rawhide: comps-f15.xml
+       @mv comps-f15.xml comps-rawhide.xml

4. Add the new comps file to source control:

$ git add comps-f15.xml.in

5. Edit the list of translated comps files in po/POTFILES.in to reflect currently supported releases.

{{{
-comps-f12.xml
+comps-f15.xml

6. Send it up:

$ git push

Verification

One can review the logs for rawhide compose after this change to make sure the right comps file was used.

Consider Before Running

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