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=== Python ===
=== Python ===
* [[Packaging/Python/Eggs]]
* [[Packaging:Python]]
* [[Packaging:Python Eggs]]
=== PHP ===
=== PHP ===
* [[Packaging/PHP]]
* [[Packaging:PHP]]
=== Java ===
=== Java ===
* [[Packaging/Java]]
* [[Packaging:Java]]
=== Other ===
=== Other ===
* [[Packaging/OCaml]]
* [[Packaging:OCaml]]
* [[Packaging/Mono]]
* [[Packaging:Mono]]

Latest revision as of 18:20, 11 February 2010

This page is a draft only
It is still under construction and content may change. Do not rely on the information on this page.

There is a lot of information scattered across this wiki that teaches how to do packaging. This page is an attempt at pulling together links to all of that content, organized in a useful manner. A step-by-step overview is included to guide a new packager through the process.

Draft status

  • Overview step-by-step - NEEDED
  • Background "Big Picture" - IN PROGRESS
  • Spec file how to - IN PROGRESS
  • Organized Packaging pages links:
    • Language specific
    • Tutorials, tips, and how-tos

Step-by-step overview

The big picture

This content is must-read or highly useful relevant to packaging.

Spec file how-to

The content in this section is from a presentation by Tom 'Spot' Callaway, last updated from the Red Hat Summit 2008.

Language specific help