Tagged a new version of tito today. Some decent new features in this build coming from a number of different contributors.
Brought to you by: Miroslav Suchý, Luke Meyer, Sean Kane, Jesus Rodriguez, Martin Bačovský, Sean Burlington
Thanks for the contributions all.
New version of tito released today, features and fixes are as follows:
[yum-f16-x86_64-nightly] releaser = tito.release.YumRepoReleaser builder = tito.builder.MockBuilder builder.mock = fedora-16-x86_64 builder.test = 1 rsync = fedorapeople.org:/srv/repos/dgoodwin/tito-devel/fedora-16/x86_64/
Example: tito build --builder mock --builder-arg mock=epel-6-x86_64 --rpm --test --builder-arg=speedup
I've just submitted Fedora updates for a new tito release 0.4.0, packages are also available for EL6, F15, and F16 in the devel repo. (tito is a build tool for RPM based projects using git, more information available here)
0.4.0 contains some significant changes and new functionality that could use some explanation.
Firstly tito can now use Fedora's mock tool to build packages locally for other OS/versions/architectures, theoretically anything mock can handle on your system. This is contrary to the normal behaviour of "tito build" where we just want to quickly spin up an RPM for the system in question, thus it doesn't really make sense to configure as the default builder for your project.
Just bundled up a long overdue release of Tito. (a build tool for RPM based projects using git.)
Tito is a build tool for rpm based projects using git to help with tagging releases, building sources and rpms reliably, deploying test code as rpms, patching and building a downstream git project against some upstream, and building releases via Fedora CVS and Koji. For more information please see the main project page.
Changes in 0.2.0: