A set of tools to integrate upstream open source projects into Fedora operating system.
Packit is a CLI tool that helps developers auto-package upstream projects into Fedora operating system.
You can use packit to continuously build your upstream project in Fedora.
With packit you can create SRPMs, open pull requests in dist-git, submit koji builds and even create bodhi updates, effectively replacing the whole Fedora packaging workflow.
To start using Packit
See our documentation
To start developing Packit
The Contributing Guidelines hosts all information you need to know to contribute to code and documentation, run tests and additional configuration.
Workflows covered by packit
This list contains workflows covered by packit tool and links to the documentation.
- Update Fedora dist-git with an upstream release.
- Build content of a Fedora dist-git branch in koji.
- Create a bodhi update.
- Create a SRPM from the current content in the upstream repository.
- Sync content of the Fedora dist-git repo into the upstream repository.
Packit is written in Python 3 and is supports version 3.9 or later.
For complete information on how to start using packit, please click here.
User configuration file
User configuration file for packit is described here.
Who is interested
For the up to date list of projects which are using packit, click here.
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