Our sprint nears an end which means we have released a new version of packit - 0.2.0! You can expect a new release after every sprint (i.e. every 2 weeks).
Let’s get through what’s new:
packit propose-updateto create a pull request in Fedora dist-git with the selected upstream release
packit buildto build the new upstream release once the pull request is merged
packit create-updatecreates a new bodhi update (if you chose a stable Fedora release)
srpmcommand which creates an SRPM out of the local content of your upstream repository.
sync-from-downstreamis the command.
propose-updatereceived numerous improvements:
--force-new-sourcesand bypass the caching mechanism.
Please make sure you are installing
$ dnf install --enablerepo=updates-testing packit
$ pip3 install --user packitos
You can also install packit from master branch, if you are brave enough:
$ pip3 install --user git+https://github.com/packit-service/packit
I’d like to show you how we used packit to bring a new upstream release of ogr into Fedora, a library which packit is using.
Once we have performed an upstream release of ogr, we can propose an update in dist-git:
$ git clone https://github.com/packit-service/ogr && cd ogr/ $ packit propose-update INFO: Running 'anitya' versioneer Version in upstream registries is '0.0.3'. Version in spec file is '0.0.3'. Picking version of the latest release from the upstream registry over spec file. Checking out upstream version 0.0.3 Using 'master' dist-git branch Cloning repo: https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/python-ogr.git -> /tmp/tmpb9xlvdhj Syncing /home/tt/g/user-cont/ogr/python-ogr.spec Archive ogr-0.0.3.tar.gz found in lookaside cache (skipping upload). ERROR Cmd('git') failed due to: exit code(1) cmdline: git commit -s -m [packit] 0.0.3 upstream release -m Upstream tag: 0.0.3 Upstream commit: 059d21080a7849acff4626b6e0ec61830d537ac4 stdout: 'On branch 0.0.3-master-update nothing to commit, working tree clean'
Whoops, it seems that I have messed up, I forgot to bump the spec file in the
upstream repo when doing the release. I will bump it locally and utilize
$ rpmdev-bumpspec -n 0.1.0 -c 'New upstream release: 0.1.0' *.spec $ packit propose-update --local-content INFO: Running 'anitya' versioneer Version in upstream registries is '0.0.3'. Version in spec file is '0.1.0'. Picking version of the latest release from the upstream registry over spec file. Using 'master' dist-git branch Cloning repo: https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/python-ogr.git -> /tmp/tmpd9j4se27 Syncing /home/tt/g/user-cont/ogr/python-ogr.spec Archive ogr-0.1.0.tar.gz found in lookaside cache (skipping upload). INFO: Downloading file from URL https://files.pythonhosted.org/packages/source/o/ogr/ogr-0.1.0.tar.gz 100%[=============================>] 20.25K eta 00:00:00 Downloaded archive: '/tmp/tmpd9j4se27/ogr-0.1.0.tar.gz' About to upload to lookaside cache won't be doing kinit, no credentials provided PR created: https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/python-ogr/pull-request/6
Once the scratch build is done and tests passed we merged and built it:
$ packit build Using 'master' dist-git branch Cloning repo: https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/python-ogr.git -> /tmp/tmprp3cmdjy Building python-ogr-0.1.0-1.fc31 for rawhide Created task: 33616980 Task info: https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=33616980
We have done the same for F30 and F29.
The previous commands were ran in the directory of the upstream repository. Packit also accepts path to your upstream clone, or even URL. So let’s create a bodhi update for python-ogr by specifying the upstream repo URL:
$ cd $HOME $ packit create-update --dist-git-branch f29 https://github.com/packit-service/ogr Cloning repo: https://github.com/packit-service/ogr -> /tmp/tmpdkdadmn_ Koji builds for package python-ogr and koji tag f29-updates-candidate: - python-ogr-0.1.0-1.fc29 Cloning repo: https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/python-ogr.git -> /tmp/tmpn1809ec9 Bodhi update FEDORA-2019-78948e62d2: - https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2019-78948e62d2 - stable_karma: 3 - unstable_karma: -3 - notes: New upstream release: 0.1.0
And that’s it, no need to access dist-git any more.
Please give packit a try and let us know what you think.