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An automation tool for rebuilding RPMs and Software Collections

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The RPM Rebuild Helper (or rpmrh for short) is an automation tool for rebuilding sets of (S)RPM files. Its main focus are Software Collections.

The tool allows the user to compare two sets of RPMs, download and modify the respective SRPMs locally and automatically rebuild them in a build service, among other things.

Usage example

Compare packages between two tags, to find out which packages in rh-python36 collection needs to be tested in CentoOS 7:

rpmrh \
     --from sclo-candidate --to sclo-testing \
     --collection rh-python36 --el 7 \
     diff

Check which packages needs to be tested in all currently supported (released and not End-Of-Life) collections for both CentOS 6 and 7:

rpmrh --from sclo-candidate --to sclo-testing \
    --all-collections --el 6 --el 7 \
    diff

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