Fedora mining for COPR
Posted Sep 7, 2013 0:59 UTC (Sat) by jengelh (guest, #33263)
Yes I did. (
>Fedora is instead adopting yum to use libsolv. This gets the advantage of a shared resolver without the difficulty of learning a new UI.
And I am still asking why does Fedora updates some old tools to new tech, when at the same time, Fedora has just moved to a new tool with old UI compatibility in another case?
Posted Sep 7, 2013 1:17 UTC (Sat) by rahulsundaram (subscriber, #21946)
For OBS, it has more features but the cost of switching is high enough (new resolver, doesn't use mock, uses Ruby for UI which Fedora infrastructure team hasn't deployed before, uses vm instead of chroot, doesn't integrate well with SELinux, uses a very different build workflow etc) that it isn't a obvious win to switch over yet but the developer who is leading the effort of merging copr with koji has noted that he is still in favor of switching over at a later point once enough of a community developers around the project. The first step would be getting into the repository and see if enough Fedora developers get involved to move it forward.
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