Build a series of SRPMs with rpmbuild
This program builds a series of SRPMs with rpmbuild.
Each resulting RPM is added to a local YUM repository, making them available as build dependencies for subsequent SRPMs. This is similar in operation to mockchain, except the RPMs are built in the local system instead of a dedicated build chroot. This is useful for building a small series of RPMs that will be installed onto the same system, e.g. during container builds.
Optionally, any RPMs installed or removed to satisify build dependencies can be rolled back after the build has finished, provided they are still available in the configured YUM repositories.
Warning: Installed packages and changes to the system may unknowingly affect the produced RPMs between builds. In almost every case, mock/mockchain is the recommended way to build RPMs using consistent reproducible clean buildroots, especially if they are to be redistributed to other systems. When satisifying build-dependencies, some packages may be temporarily uninstalled, so its not recommended to run this on live production hosts.
This program must be run as “root” in order to install any missing build dependencies. All other commands (e.g. rpmbuild) are executed under the specified non-root user to improve security.
BETA. All necessary functionality should be there. After test running for a while I’ll bump it to version 1.0.
usage: rpmbuild-chain [-h] [--srpms SRPMS [SRPMS ...]] --user USER [--repo-path REPO_PATH] [--repo-name REPO_NAME] [--build-path BUILD_PATH] [--order ORDER [ORDER ...]] [--order-files ORDER_FILES [ORDER_FILES ...]] [--no-rollback-builddep] [--keep-repo-config] [--allow-scriptlets] [--hookdir HOOKDIR [HOOKDIR ...]] [--lint] [--verbose] [--version] optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --srpms SRPMS [SRPMS ...] Input SRPM files to build. If directory, recursively scan for RPMs. Use "-" to read list from STDIN (default: ) --user USER Non-privileged user to run rpmbuild (default: None) --repo-path REPO_PATH Destination directory to store the built RPMs (default: rpmbuild-chain) --repo-name REPO_NAME Name for the YUM repository configuration (default: rpmbuild-chain) --build-path BUILD_PATH Directory to build the RPMs in. Use tmpfs for faster builds. Default: tmpdir (default: None) --order ORDER [ORDER ...] Package build order, given by list of package names (default: ) --order-files ORDER_FILES [ORDER_FILES ...] Read --order from files (default: ) --no-rollback-builddep Do not automatically rollback installed RPM BuildRequires (default: False) --keep-repo-config Keep YUM repository configured after exiting (default: False) --allow-scriptlets Do not abort if RPM scriptlets are found. Warning: scriptlets will be run as root when package is installed (default: False) --hookdir HOOKDIR [HOOKDIR ...] Hook script directory(s). Valid subdirectories: pre_run pre_build post_build post_run (default: None) --lint Run rpmlint on every package (default: False) --verbose --version show program's version number and exit
Patches for fixes are welcome.
- Run “make integ” before opening a pull request. You will be prompted to run sudo to execute the test.
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