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Thread: How to clean .obscpio and .obsinfo so it can be submit to factory?

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    Default How to clean .obscpio and .obsinfo so it can be submit to factory?

    So I have been trying to get a font package to factory for a while now.

    I stuck with how do I "clean" the package. Currently, I am using _service file with obs_scm.

    Factory want me to remove .obsinfo, but .obsinfo is generated from _service, so what do I have to change in the _service?

    Factory only allow mode="disabled",mode="localonly", and mode="buildtime"

    But if I change the default mode to the above, the .obscpio will disappear and failed.



    https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/home:andythe_great/cadsondemak-fonts



    Thanks






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    Default Re: How to clean .obscpio and .obsinfo so it can be submit to factory?

    I think I solved it.

    I check out the package with

    osc co home:andythe_great cadsondemak-fonts

    then change the _service file mode to localonly

    then build the package with

    osc service localrun

    osc build

    then generate tar.xz with

    ocs service runall

    then upload the tar.xz and change all the mode in _service file to disabled.

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    Default Re: How to clean .obscpio and .obsinfo so it can be submit to factory?

    Quote Originally Posted by andythe_great View Post
    I think I solved it.

    I check out the package with

    osc co home:andythe_great cadsondemak-fonts

    then change the _service file mode to localonly

    then build the package with

    osc service localrun

    osc build

    then generate tar.xz with

    ocs service runall

    then upload the tar.xz and change all the mode in _service file to disabled.
    Hi
    Sounds about right, I also use the change file options (saves typing on next build), but it does need <package>.obsinfo file present....

    I would suggest sending you package to a development project first, once accepted the forward to factory.

    I modified a couple to obs_scm;
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/s...ING/curseradio
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