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    Question Unable to change repositories to build

    I've had a project for quite a while now that's currently building RPMs for 13.1 and 13.2. Was building for Factory as well, but deleted it to see if changing repos other ways would work. Deleting repos works fine.

    I've changed repositories in the past as new versions came out and old ones went unsupported.


    However, I can't seem to get that to work now to get ready for Leap.

    I click "add repositories", it shows the default checklist page. Nothing is checked by default. I select 13.1, 13.2, Tumbleweed, and Leap 42.1.

    I click the button, and it goes to a blank screen (no HTML at all showing in source). No repository changes are made.


    Is there a bug here? I've looked around but not really sure what to search for to get information on this.

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    Default Re: Unable to change repositories to build

    You can just edit project meta. "osc meta prj -e" and add repository like
    Code:
      <repository name="openSUSE_42.1">
        <path project="openSUSE:Leap:42.1" repository="standard"/>
        <arch>i586</arch>
        <arch>x86_64</arch>
      </repository>

  3. #3

    Default Re: Unable to change repositories to build

    Took a little digging, but learned how to do that, and got it working. Thanks.

    Only having one simple program I compile here, the web interface was all I'd used until now, heh.


    Even still, while there's an alternate method, this does seem to be a bug. The web interface should work. ;-)

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