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From "Alex Karasulu" <akaras...@apache.org>
Subject Re: RPM Factory Uploaded to Sandbox
Date Sat, 17 Mar 2007 06:10:28 GMT
This is awesome Ole but I ran into some problems ...

I tried building the project at the SVN URL but I could not get it to build.

Looks like several required dependency poms could not be found.  Perhaps
there is an issue wrt the repository it is using?

Alex

On 3/16/07, Ole Ersoy <ole.ersoy@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hey Guys,
>
> I uploaded the RPM factory and supporting projects to my sandbox.
>
>
> https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/directory/sandbox/oersoy/rpm.factory.parent
>
> I have run it on a pretty sizable portion of a locally mirrored maven
> repository,
> and it's pretty solid.  Once in a while there is a hick up if a pom has
> invalid elements...
>
> If anyone is itching to use it I can walk you through the install.
>
> From 50K feet, you just need to:
>
> -  locally mirror the maven repository
> - Take a chunk of it that you want to RPM and put it in a directory
> - Run the RPM factory archetype to create a sample project
> - Point the RPM Factory Archetype project repository base parameter to
> the directory containing the portion of the maven respository that you
> want to RPM
> - Run this: mvn org.apache.maven:rpm.factory.mojo:1.0-SNAPSHOT:generate
>
> And it a short while you will have a bunch of RPMs in the Archetype
> Project's src/main/resources/build/rpm/RPMS directory.
>
> The factory filters SNAPSHOTS and pom's without licenses, so RPMs for
> these won't show up.
>
> Hope to have the Daemon and Classloader configuration understood and
> redone soon, so that we can setup a Yum repository for the
> RPM installer.
>
> Have a terrific weekend everybody,
> - Ole
>

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