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Rpm Tools

Introduction

In this howto we could let script-tools we need to build rpm

Unnilennium

Jean-Philippe Pialasse

prepa

a script to update the cvs Tree and apply all patches

cvs update -dPA
make clean
make prep

refresh

a script to refresh the whole cvs Tree of smecontribs

#!/bin/bash

cd ~/smecontribs/rpms
cvs update -dPA
cd ~/smecontribs
cvs -z3 -d:ext:shell.koozali.org:/cvs/smecontribs co -P rpms
cd ~/smecontribs/rpms

addSubTree

A script to add srpm in Buildsrv

#!/bin/bash

if [ ! -f "$1" ]
then
echo "srpm does not exists"
exit 99
fi

package=$1

pkgname=`echo $1|rev|cut -d"/" -f1|cut -d"-" -f3-|rev`

VSME=${2:-'9'}

echo "$pkgname/contribs$VSME"


#cd ~/smecontribs/rpms
#cvs update -dPA
#cd ~/smecontribs
#cvs -z3 -d:ext:shell.koozali.org:/cvs/smecontribs co -P rpms
#cd ~/smecontribs/rpms

cd ~/smecontribs/rpms

# contrib folder not found
if [ ! -d "$pkgname" ]
then
echo " ~/smecontribs/rpms/$pkgname not found"
exit 99
fi


if [ ! -d "$pkgname/contribs$VSME" ]
then
echo " ~/smecontribs/rpms/$pkgname/contribs$VSME not found : new subtree to create"
mkdir -p $pkgname/contribs$VSME
touch $pkgname/contribs$VSME/.cvsignore
touch $pkgname/contribs$VSME/import.log
cvs add $pkgname
cvs add $pkgname/contribs$VSME
cvs add $pkgname/contribs$VSME/.cvsignore
cvs add $pkgname/contribs$VSME/import.log
cvs commit -m "Prep for $pkgname import"

else
echo " ~/smecontribs/rpms/$pkgname/contribs$VSME found : just need to import new source rpm"

fi


./common/cvs-import.sh -b "contribs$VSME" -m "Initial import to v$VSME" "$package"

echo " now first build ..."
cd ~/smecontribs/rpms/$pkgname/contribs$VSME
cvs update -dPA
make clean
make prep
make local
cvs commit -m "$pkgname first build"
make tag
make build
echo "now please fill a bug"
echo "http://bugs.contribs.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=SME%20Contribs&component=${pkgname}&version=${VSME}beta&short_desc=first%20import%20to%20sme$VSME%20tree%20[$pkgname]"
echo "http://bugs.contribs.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=SME%20Contribs&component=${pkgname}&version=${VSME}beta&short_desc=first%20import%20to%20sme$VSME%20tree%20[$pkgname]">>~/TODO

listv9

List rpm version already online in the sme9contribs tree and build srpm from the folder ~/srpm which are not already online

#!/bin/bash

#liste contribs avec deja version v9
#find  ~/smecontribs/rpms/ -name 'contribs9' -printf '%h\n' | sort -u |grep "smeserver-"|cut -d"/" -f6>~/alreadyV9
# liste �tant deja released
URL='http://mirror.contribs.org/releases/9/smecontribs/SRPMS/';
curl $URL 2>&1 | grep -o -E 'href="(.+)"' | cut -d'"' -f2|grep  -E '^smeserver-'|rev| cut -d"-" -f3-|rev >~/lscontribs9
home=~
echo $home
ls ~/srpm |grep "src.rpm"|sed  "s|.*|$home/srpm/&|"> ~/listsrpm

#listes juste import�e ou smedev
comm -23 <(sort ~/lscontribs9) <(sort ~/alreadyV9)

while read fichier ; do

tmp=`echo $fichier|rev|cut -d"/" -f1| cut -d"-" -f3-|rev`
#echo $fichier
#echo $tmp
if grep -Fxq "^$tmp$" ~/alreadyV9
then
   echo " $tmp : already there " # code if found
echo " $tmp : already there " >>~/TODO
else
 echo "$tmp to import into v9"  # code if not found
       # import
       echo "addSubTree $fichier 9     "
       addSubTree $fichier 9
       echo "mv $fichier \"$home/done/\""
       mv $fichier "$home/srpm/done/"
       sleep 10
fi

done < <(cat ~/listsrpm)

Stephdl

stephdl Stéphane de Labrusse AKA Stephdl

mockbuild

mock get a special syntax not always easy to recall, here a script that you need to record at /usr/bin/mockbuild (set it executable) https://github.com/stephdl/mockbuild

  • mockbuild usage
mockbuild package.src.rpm  mock_configuration

mock_configuration can be found in /etc/mocks

smeserver-9-x86_64-base smeserver-9-i386-base
smeserver-8-x86_64-base smeserver-8-i386-base
epel-6-x86_64            epel-6-i386
epel-5-x86_64            epel-5-i386
#!/bin/bash
    # who i'm
    ME=$(whoami)
    mkdir -p /home/$ME/exchange
 
    #test if the second argument is here
    if [[ -z $2 ]]; then
    echo "################################################"
    echo "you must give as argument the mock configuration"
    echo "   smeserver-9-x86_64-base smeserver-9-i386-base"
    echo "   smeserver-8-x86_64-base smeserver-8-i386-base"
    echo "   epel-6-x86_64           epel-6-i386          "
    echo "   epel-5-x86_64           epel-5-i386          "
    echo " mockbuild package.src.rpm  mock_configuration  "
    echo "################################################"
    exit
    fi
                                                               
    mock -r $2 --rebuild $1 --resultdir=/home/$ME/exchange/$2
                                           
    # we give the path where are files
    echo ""
    echo "=================================================================================================================="
    echo "RPMS are in /home/$ME/exchange/$2 of your build server"
    echo ""
    ls -1 /home/$ME/exchange/$2/*.rpm
    echo "=================================================================================================================="
                                           
    # and we sign rpm if needed, if not simply do 'enter' with keyboard
    echo ""
    echo "3.Sign your rpms"
    rpm --resign /home/$ME/exchange/$2/*.rpm 2>&1 > /dev/null
                                                               

A the end I use rpm to sign my rpm, if you don't need it you can remove it.

git_ignore

git don't track empty directory that we may need for a rpm, here a script that you need to record at /usr/bin/git_ignore (set it executable) https://github.com/stephdl/git_ignore

usage in the git directory call the script and track all gew files by " git add . && git commit -m 'your-message' "

git_ignore
#in order to add a .gitignore file to track empty folder
find * -type d -empty -exec touch {}/.gitignore \;

git_mockbuild

a git integration for mock, git and rpm https://github.com/stephdl/git_mockbuild

you can record this script in /usr/bin

cp git_mockbuild /usr/bin chmod 775 /usr/bin/git_mockbuild

you need to make a folder with the exact name of the rpm (eg smeserver-dhcpmanager). Inside of this folder you create your git repository and work on files and folder of your RPM. Be aware that GIT do not track empty repositories, you have to create a '.gitignore' (even with nothing inside) in each empty directory, if you want they will be incorporated in your GIT repository.

you can use this command line in case of many folders and subfolders

find * -type d -empty -exec touch {}/.gitignore \;

Once you want to make the RPM then simply use git_mockbuild without arguments in the root folder of your git repository, the architecture of build come from the spec file. But if needed you can choose another build arch. You have to choose one argument.

git_mockbuild or git_mockbuild sme8-386 sme8-64 sme9-386 sme9-64

by default if the build architecture is not specified in the spec file, it is the case of packages which are not 'noarch', the RPM will be make by mock with the same architecture of your build server. Therefore you have to specify which arch you want if you need another rpm architecture (eg i386 instead of x86_64)

The CentOS target version comes from the GIT branch you created in your GIT repository. For example if your branch is named sme9 then the build is done for el6, else the target CentOS version is el5.

For an automatic build for all architectures you should take considerations about Plague which is done for that.

Each time you execute the script, the GIT branch in use is tagged with the version of the RPM.

The result of build can be find in the 'exchange' folder of the user's home of that script

  • usage

in the git directory of your rpm (you need to install git & mock installed)

git_mockbuild
#!/bin/bash
##############################################################################################
## a big thank to daniel berteaud from firewall-service who started in first to write this script
## the purpose of this script is to create a targ.gz from the GIT folder in order to build a rpm
## then after mock is used to make the rpm in a chroot  
##############################################################################################
# git_mockbuild     [ MOCKCONF ]    [ SME_Version ]
# parameters are optional
ME=$(whoami)

# What is the package name
# The package name is given by the name of the main folder
PACKAGE=$(basename $(pwd))

# Informations needed from the spec file
VERSION=$(rpm -q --qf "%{version}\n" --specfile $PACKAGE.spec | head -1)
ARCH=$(rpm -q --qf "%{arch}\n" --specfile $PACKAGE.spec | head -1)
RELEASE=$(rpm -q --qf "%{release}\n" --specfile $PACKAGE.spec | head -1)

# Which git branch we are talking
BRANCH=$(git branch | grep '*' | cut -d' ' -f2)

# Find the centos version
DIST=$2
if [[ -z $DIST && "$BRANCH" =~ "sme9" ]]; then
   DIST="el6"
elif [ -z $DIST ]; then
   DIST="el5"
fi

# Create a tmp folder in /tmp
TMPDIR=$(mktemp -d)
mkdir -p $TMPDIR/$PACKAGE-$VERSION/

# Tag GIT using the version in the spec file
##we do a hack to retrieve the release without %{?dist}
RELEASETAG=${RELEASE/.el6/}

TAG=$VERSION"-"$RELEASETAG"_"$DIST
git tag -f $TAG 2>&1 > /dev/null

# Create needed dirs on the build box
mkdir -p ~/rpmbuild/{RPMS,SRPMS,SPECS,SOURCES}
mkdir -p ~/exchange


# Generate a tgz archive from the repo
git archive --format=tar --prefix=$PACKAGE-$VERSION/ $BRANCH | tar xf - -C $TMPDIR

# Generate ChangeLog
git log --format=%H | git log --pretty --stdin --no-walk > $TMPDIR/$PACKAGE-$VERSION/CHANGELOG.git

# Create the tar.gz archive 
tar czf $TMPDIR/$PACKAGE-$VERSION.tar.gz -C $TMPDIR $PACKAGE-$VERSION

# cp the spec file and tar.gz
cp $TMPDIR/$PACKAGE-$VERSION.tar.gz ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES/$PACKAGE-$VERSION.tar.gz
cp $PACKAGE.spec ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/

##copy a list of files to SOURCES when patches or archives are not in the root folder
ls > /tmp/$PACKAGE-$VERSION
cp -Rf $(</tmp/$PACKAGE-$VERSION) ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES/

# And build
echo""
echo "0.Tips"
echo "# git_mockbuild     [ MOCKCONF ]    [ SME_Server_version ]"
echo 'you can choose another build architecture : git_mockbuild sme8-386 sme8-64 sme9-386 sme9-64 epel-6-x86_64 epel-6-i386 epel-5-x86_64 epel-5-i386'
echo 'you can choose which SME_Server target version you want : sme8 sme9'
echo ""
echo "1.Build the src.rpm"
echo ""
cd ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES/  
tar -xvf ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES/$PACKAGE-$VERSION.tar.gz 2>&1 > /dev/null
rpmbuild -bs --nodeps ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/$PACKAGE.spec
echo ""
echo "2.Build with Mock"
echo ""
echo "=============================================================="
echo "The build RPM architecture is $ARCH" 
echo "The target CentOS version is $DIST"

if [ "$DIST" == "el5" ]; then
   if [ "$ARCH" == "noarch" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="smeserver-8-i386-base"
   elif [ "$ARCH" == "x86_64" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="smeserver-8-x86_64-base"
   elif [ "$ARCH" == "i386" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="smeserver-8-i386-base"
   fi;
elif [ "$DIST" == "el6" ]; then
   if [ "$ARCH" == "noarch" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="smeserver-9-i386-base"
   elif [ "$ARCH" == "x86_64" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="smeserver-9-x86_64-base"
   elif [ "$ARCH" == "i386" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="smeserver-9-i386-base"
   fi;
fi


if ! [ -z "$1" ]; then
   if [ $1 = "sme8-386" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="smeserver-8-i386-base"
   elif [ $1 = "sme8-64" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="smeserver-8-x86_64-base"
   elif [ $1 = "sme9-386" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="smeserver-9-i386-base"
   elif [ $1 = "sme9-64" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="smeserver-9-x86_64-base"
   elif [ $1 = "epel-6-x86_64" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="epel-6-x86_64"
   elif [ $1 = "epel-6-i386" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="epel-6-i386"
   elif [ $1 = "epel-5-x86_64" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="epel-5-x86_64"
   elif [ $1 = "epel-5-i386" ]; then
       MOCKCONF="epel-5-i386"
   fi;
fi
 
echo "The mock chroot configuration used is  $MOCKCONF"
echo "=============================================================="
echo ""
mock -r $MOCKCONF --rebuild ~/rpmbuild/SRPMS/$PACKAGE-$VERSION-*.src.rpm --resultdir=/home/$ME/exchange/$PACKAGE-$VERSION

# a bit of clean

rm -f  ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/$PACKAGE.spec ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES/$PACKAGE-$VERSION.tar.gz ~/rpmbuild/SRPMS/$PACKAGE-$VERSION*.src.rpm
rm -rf $TMPDIR  ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES/$PACKAGE-$VERSION

# clean ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES when patches or archives are not in the root folder
cd ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES/
rm -rf $(</tmp/$PACKAGE-$VERSION)
#remove the file list
rm -rf /tmp/$PACKAGE-$VERSION

# we give the path where are files
echo ""
echo "=================================================================================================================="
echo "RPMS are in /home/$ME/exchange/$PACKAGE-$VERSION of your build server"
echo ""
ls -1 ~/exchange/$PACKAGE-$VERSION/*.rpm
echo "=================================================================================================================="

# and we sign rpm if needed, if not simply do 'enter' with keyboard
echo ""
echo "3.Sign your rpms"
rpm --resign ~/exchange/$PACKAGE-$VERSION/*.rpm 2>&1 > /dev/null

contrib_migration

a script to migrate contrib from sme8 CVS to your local git and to your remote Github account for sme9 https://github.com/stephdl/contrib_migration . You need to record at /usr/bin/contrib_migration (set it executable)

simply call the script with the name of the cvs directory. Of course you have to install cvs and retrieve the source code in an anonymous or with a developer access

contrib_migration smeserver-wordpress

If the directory is not existed in your git directory (~/git_work) in my server, then we launch the script. After that it creates automatically the new repository in github with your credentials (adjust 'stephdl' with your login account and replace 'xxxxxxxxxxxxxx' with your password) After that the script does several things

  • create the local git repository
  • create the remote github account
  • build all patches and remove them
  • move all perl files to the correct new path
  • test if the new apache authentication is needed and where.
  • add a .git_ignore in empty folders (needed by git)
  • track all that stuff :)
  • usage

you need to be outside of the cvs folder (eg in the 'rpms' folder)

contrib_migration smeserver-packagename
#test if the first argument is here
    if [[ -z $1 ]]; then
        echo "#################################################################################"
        echo "you must give as argument the folder name in cvs  : contrib_migration folder_name"
        echo "#################################################################################"
        exit
    fi
 
 
 
 if  [[ ! -d ~/git_work/$1 ]]; then
 
    rm -rf $1/contribs8
    cvs co $1/contribs8
    cd $1/contribs8
    make prep
    NameGitHub=$1
    curl -u 'stephdl:xxxxxxxxxxxxxx' https://api.github.com/user/repos -d '{"name": "'"$NameGitHub"'" ,  "description": "A contrib for SME9",  "homepage": "http://wiki.contribs.org",  "private": false,  "has_issues": true,  "has_wiki": true,  "has_downloads": true}'
    mkdir -p ~/git_work/$1
 
    cp -R smeserver-*/* ~/git_work/$1
    cp $1*.spec ~/git_work/$1
    cd ~/git_work/$1
 
      if [ -e root/usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/esmith/FormMagick/Panel/ ]; then 
          mkdir -p root/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/esmith/FormMagick/Panel/
          mv root/usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/esmith/FormMagick/Panel/* root/usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/esmith/FormMagick/Panel/
          rm -rf root/usr/lib/perl5
      fi
 ##we remove all patch from the spec file
    sed '/Patch/d' $1*.spec > $1.bis.spec
    sed '/%patch/d' $1.bis.spec > $1.ter.spec
    mv -f $1.ter.spec $1.spec
    rm -f $1.bis.spec
 
 
 ###git work 
 
        if [ ! -e README.md ]; then
        touch README.md
        echo "$1 is a contrib for SME Server, a Linux distro oriented server. see http://wiki.contribs.org" > README.md
        fi
 
       ##fill empty directories
       find * -type d -empty -exec touch {}/.gitignore \;
 
    git init
    git add .
    git commit -m "first commit to SME Server 9"
    git co -b sme9
    git remote add origin git@github.com:stephdl/$1
    git push -u -f origin sme9
 
 ##find the apache authentication
    echo ""
    echo ""
    echo "we are looking if we need to modify the apache authentication"
    testapache=$(grep -srni 'AuthType Basic' .)
        if [[ $testapache =~ "AuthType Basic" ]]; then
            echo "$testapache, go to work"
            echo 'You must add before         $OUT .= "    AuthBasicProvider external\n";'
            
        else
            echo "no apache authentication"
        fi
 
 ## help to write the changelog
 myDate=$(LC_ALL=C date +"%a %b %d %Y")
    echo ""
    echo "* $myDate stephane de Labrusse <stephdl@de-labrusse.fr>"
    echo "- Initial release to sme9"
 
 else
    echo""
    echo "###################################"
    echo "the git directory ~/git_work/$1 is already created."
    echo "please remove it before to play with the script"
    echo "think also if you have a github project called stephdl/$1"
    echo "###################################"
 fi

build_srpm

a script to build srpm, create the git repository, and export all files to github https://github.com/stephdl/build_srpm . You need to record at /usr/bin/build_srpm (set it executable)

it creates automatically the new repository in github with your credentials (adjust 'stephdl' with your login account and replace 'xxxxxxxxxxxxxx' with your password)

  • usage

you must give arguments on the git branch (master, sme9 or anything else) and the package name : build_srpm package_name master give the real name without number of version

build_srpm freedup sme9

###a bit of tests to see if we will not do a mess
        if [[ -z $1 || -z $2 ]]; then
        echo "################################################################################################################################"
        echo "you must give arguments on the  git branch (master, sme9 or anything else) and the package name : build_srpm package_name master"
        echo "################################################################################################################################"
        exit
    fi
 
    if [[ -d ~/git_work/$1 && -d ~/git_work/$1-sdl ]]; then
        echo""
        echo "###################################"
        echo "the git directories ~/git_work/$1 and  ~/git_work/$1-sdl are already created."
        echo "please remove it before to play with the script"
        echo "think also if you have a github project called stephdl/$1 and stephdl/$1-sdl"
        echo "###################################"
        exit
    fi
 # Create needed dirs on the build box
 
    mkdir -p ~/rpmbuild/{RPMS,SRPMS,SPECS,SOURCES,BUILD}
    mkdir -p ~/exchange
 
    rpm -ivh $1*.src.rpm
    cd ~/rpmbuild/SPECS
    rpmbuild -bp --nodeps $1*.spec
 
 ##we remove all patch from the spec file
    sed '/Patch/d' $1*.spec > $1.bis.spec
    sed '/%patch/d' $1.bis.spec > $1.ter.spec
    mv -f $1.ter.spec $1.spec
    rm -f $1.bis.spec
 
 
 ###test to see if the directory already exists in ~/git_work, if yes we use ~/git_work/package_name-sdl
    if [[ ! -d ~/git_work/$1 ]]; then
 
        gitexist=0
        mkdir -p ~/git_work/$1
        NameGitHub=$1
        curl -u 'stephdl:xxxxxxxxxx' https://api.github.com/user/repos -d '{"name": "'"$NameGitHub"'" , "description": "A RPM for SME Server", "homepage": "http://wiki.contribs.org", "private": false, "has_issues": true, "has_wiki": true, "has_downloads": true}'
 
        cp -R ~/rpmbuild/BUILD/$1*/* ~/git_work/$1
        cp ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/$1.spec ~/git_work/$1
        cd ~/git_work/$1
 
 
    elif [[ -d ~/git_work/$1 ]]; then
 
        gitexist=1
        mkdir -p ~/git_work/$1-sdl
        NameGitHub=$1-sdl
        curl -u 'stephdl:xxxxxxxxx' https://api.github.com/user/repos -d '{"name": "'"$NameGitHub"'" , "description": "A RPM for SME Server", "homepage": "http://wiki.contribs.org", "private": false, "has_issues": true, "has_wiki": true, "has_downloads": true}'
 
        cp -R ~/rpmbuild/BUILD/$1*/* ~/git_work/$1-sdl
        cp ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/$1.spec ~/git_work/$1-sdl
        cd ~/git_work/$1-sdl
 
    fi
 
 
 ###git work
 
        if [ ! -e README.md ]; then
        touch README.md
        echo "$1 is a RPM for SME Server, a Linux distro oriented server. see http://wiki.contribs.org" > README.md
        fi
 
       ##fill empty directories
       find * -type d -empty -exec touch {}/.gitignore \;
 
    git init
    git add .
    git commit -m "first commit to SME Server"
 
    if [[ $2 != 'master' ]]; then
        git co -b $2
    fi
    
    if [[ $gitexist = "0" ]]; then 
        git remote add origin git@github.com:stephdl/$1
        git push -u -f origin $2
 
    elif [[ $gitexist = "1" ]]; then
        git remote add origin git@github.com:stephdl/$1-sdl
        git push -u -f origin $2
 
    fi
 
 
 ##find the apache authentication
    echo ""
    echo ""
    echo "we are looking if we need to modify the apache authentication"
    testapache=$(grep -srni 'AuthType Basic' .)
        if [[ $testapache =~ "AuthType Basic" ]]; then
            echo "$testapache, go to work"
            echo 'Only for SME9, you must add before $OUT .= " AuthBasicProvider external\n";'
            
        else
            echo "no apache authentication"
        fi
 
 ## help to write the changelog
 myDate=$(LC_ALL=C date +"%a %b %d %Y")
    echo ""
    echo "* $myDate stephane de Labrusse <stephdl@de-labrusse.fr>"
    echo "- Initial release to SME Server"
 
 # a bit of clean
 
    rm -rf ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/* ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES/* ~/rpmbuild/SRPMS/* ~/rpmbuild/BUILD/* 
 
 ## say where we record the source code
    if [[ $gitexist = "0" ]]; then
        echo ""
        echo " packages are in ~/git_work/$1"
    elif [[ $gitexist = "1" ]]; then
        echo ""
        echo " packages are in ~/git_work/$1-sdl"
    fi

cvs_update

a script to update all CVS entries of smeserver

Launch the script, all smeserver & smecontribs will be updated, adapt the path to your directory and to you cvs access. That script can be run the night to avoid lose time when you must work

usage

cvs_update
#!/bin/bash

location=$(pwd)

echo "############################"
echo "      Work In Progress      "
echo "############################"

#first we update the smecontribs tree
cd ~/work/smecontribs
cvs -z3 -d:ext:shell.koozali.org:/cvs/smecontribs co -P rpms
echo "############################"
echo "     smecontribs uptodate   "
echo "############################"
echo "############################"
echo "      Work In Progress      "
echo "############################"



cd ~/work/smeserver
cvs -z3 -d:ext:shell.koozali.org:/cvs/smeserver co -P rpms

echo "############################"
echo "     smeserver uptodate     "
echo "############################"


cd $location

git_srpm

This script is done to import a srpm and to push it after a 'rpmbuild -bp' to your git folder '~/git_work' here.

After that you can commit it if needed

#!/bin/bash
   ### bit of tests to see if we will not do a mess
       if [[ -z $1 || -z $2 ]]; then
       echo "################################################################################################################################"
       echo "you must give arguments on the  git branch (master, sme9, ns6 or anything else) and the package name : git_srpm package_name master"
       echo "################################################################################################################################"
       exit
    fi
 
 
 
   if  [[ -d ~/git_work/$1 ]]; then
       echo""
       echo "###################################"
       echo "the git directories ~/git_work/$1 is  already created."
       echo "please remove it before to play with the script"
       echo "think also if you have a github project called stephdl/$1"
       echo "###################################"
       exit
   fi
 
 # Create needed dirs on the build box
 
   mkdir -p ~/rpmbuild/{RPMS,SRPMS,SPECS,SOURCES,BUILD}
   mkdir -p ~/exchange
   mkdir -p ~/git_work/$1
 
   rpm -ivh $1*.src.rpm
   cd ~/rpmbuild/SPECS
   rpmbuild -bp --nodeps $1*.spec
 
 ##we remove all patch from the spec file
 #   sed '/Patch/d' $1*.spec > $1.bis.spec
 #   sed '/%patch/d' $1.bis.spec > $1.ter.spec
 #   mv -f $1.ter.spec $1.spec
 #   rm -f $1.bis.spec
 
 
       cp -R ~/rpmbuild/BUILD/$1*/* ~/git_work/$1
       cp ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/$1.spec ~/git_work/$1
       cd ~/git_work/$1
 
      ##fill empty directories
      find * -type d -empty -exec touch {}/.gitignore \;
 
 echo "Now you have to create the correct github remote repository and add the origin"
 echo "   Think to remove all Patches in the specfile"
 echo ""
 echo "   cd ~/git_work/$1"
 echo "   git init; git add . ; git commit -m 'first commit' ; git checkout -b $2"
 echo "   git remote add origin git@github.com:stephdl/$1.git"
 echo "   git push -u origin $2"
 
 rm -f  ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/$1*.spec ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES/$1* ~/rpmbuild/SRPMS/$1*.src.rpm

Cron night Job

I don't like to wait so each night I do an init of mock on all configurations I need

* 2  * * * mock -r epel-5-x86_64 --init; mock -r epel-5-i386 --init
* 3  * * * mock -r epel-6-x86_64 --init; mock -r epel-6-i386 --init
* 4  * * * mock -r smeserver-9-x86_64-base --init; mock -r smeserver-9-i386-base --init
* 5  * * * mock -r smeserver-8-x86_64-base --init; mock -r smeserver-8-i386-base --init
* 6  * * * /usr/bin/cvs_update

srpm-import to buildsrv

srpm-import is a script to import to buildsrv, you need to be granted to use it. the purpose is to create new source in CVS from a remote srpm

usage:

srpm-import smeserver-contribs contrib9 http://mirror.de-labrusse.fr/smeserver/6/SRPMS/smeserver-php-scl-0.4-3.el6.sme.src.rpm

code:

#!/bin/bash

# Author : stephane de labrusse <stephdl@de-labrusse.fr> @2015
# the purpose is to import a srpm from a remote url in the CVS of buildsrv


#test if all arguments are here
   if [[ -z $3 ]]; then
   echo "########################################################################################################"
   echo "Import srpm to CVS on buildsrv  : srpm-import Folder_Name Branch_Name(smeX|contribsX) Url_2_Remote_Srpm"
   echo "########################################################################################################"
   exit
   fi

#we test the branchname
   if [[ $2 != "sme"[8-9] && $2 != "contribs"[8-9] ]];then
   echo ""
   echo "the branchname name is not good, must be sme[8-9] or contribs[8-9]" 
   exit 1
   fi

#we test the remote url
   if wget $3 >/dev/null 2>&1 ; then
   echo "Url : $3 exists..."
   else
   echo ""
   echo "Url : $3 doesn't exists.."
   exit 1
   fi

#test root cvs folder
   if [[ -d $1 ]]; then
   echo "the source folder $1 already exists"
   fi

#mkdir root cvs folder
mkdir -p $1
cvs add $1
cd $1

#test the branch name
   if [[ -d $2 ]];then
   echo ""
   echo "the branch name $1/$2 already exists : we stop the script." 
   echo ""
   echo "You must import a new tarball manually if needed :"
   echo "    cd $1/$2"
   echo "    wget http://your.src.rpm"
   echo "    rpm2cpio  *.src.rpm | cpio -idmv --no-absolute-filenames"
   echo "    make new-sources FILES=*.?z"
   echo "    rm -rf *.src.rpm *.?z *.spec"
   echo "    cvs commit -m 'new source commited for the branch $2 of $1'"
   exit 1
   fi

#mkdir branch name (smeX or contribsX)
mkdir -p $2
cvs add $2
cd $2
#import correct date of first import
echo $(date +%s) > import.log
#copy makefile FIXME
cp -f ~/Makefile .
sed -i -e "s/smeserver-durep/$1/g" Makefile
#wget the srpm by remote url 
wget $3
#untar the srpm
rpm2cpio  *.src.rpm | cpio -idmv --no-absolute-filenames
#import the new source
make new-sources FILES=*.?z
#a bit of clean
rm -rf *.src.rpm *.?z 
#import all to cvs
cvs add *
# Informations needed from the spec file
version=$(rpm -q --qf "%{version}\n" --specfile $1.spec| head -1)
#ARCH=$(rpm -q --qf "%{arch}\n" --specfile $1.spec | head -1)
release=$(rpm -q --qf "%{release}\n" --specfile $1.spec | head -1| sed s/\.el.//)

#sed work no needed anymore(see above)
#version=$(grep -sri 'define version' *.spec | sed 's/%define version //gI')
#release=$(grep -sri 'define release' *.spec | sed 's/%define release //gI')

#bump the release
release=$((release + 1))
#write to the spec file
sed -i "/%define release/c %define release $release" *.spec
sed -i "/changelog/a * $(LC_ALL=C date +"%a %b %d %Y") stephane de Labrusse <stephdl@de-labrusse.fr> $version-$release.sme\n- Initial release to $2\n" *.spec
echo ""
echo "Verify in $1/$2 if all is well, then commit the changes"
echo "    cvs commit -m '$(LC_ALL=C date +"%a %b %d %Y") stephane de Labrusse <stephdl@de-labrusse.fr> $version-$release.sme - Initial release to $2'"
echo ""
echo " If it is the first importation of a srpm, you must enable it in the CVSROOT, first you have to refresh the CVS source"
echo "    cvs co CVSROOT"
echo " Then you must edit /CVSROOT/modules and add the name of the new CVS module (alphabetically sorted), after that commit the changes"
echo "now please fill a bug"
pkgname=$1
VSME=$(echo $2|sed 's/sme\|contribs//gI')

echo "http://bugs.contribs.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=SME%20Contribs&component=${pkgname}&version=${VSME}beta&short_desc=first%20import%20to%20sme$VSME%20tree%20[$pkgname]"
echo "$(date) 
http://bugs.contribs.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=SME%20Contribs&component=${pkgname}&version=${VSME}beta&short_desc=first%20import%20to%20sme$VSME%20tree%20[$pkgname]">>~/TODO

search

Like the name, simply search rpm in buildsrv

#!/bin/bash
if [[ -z $1 ]]; then
echo "You must specify a name of rpm"
exit
fi
find /distros -name "*$1*"
echo 
echo '## other repo ##'
echo 
find /mirrors/ -name "*$1*"


usage:

./find rpmname