osc build --local-package broken in 0.132.3

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osc build --local-package broken in 0.132.3

Michal Marek
Hi,

this worked until recently:
$ osc --version
0.131
$ osc co openSUSE:Factory hello
...
$ cd openSUSE:Factory/hello
$ rm -rf .osc/
$ osc build --local-package --alternative-project=openSUSE:Factory
standard x86_64 hello.spec
Building hello.spec for standard/x86_64
...

But it doesn't work anymore:
$ osc --version
0.132.3
$ osc build --local-package --alternative-project=openSUSE:Factory
standard x86_64 hello.spec
Error: "/home/mmarek/openSUSE:Factory/hello" is not an osc package
working copy.

We use this option regularly to build kernel packages from git, that do
not have any .osc metadata.

Michal
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Re: osc build --local-package broken in 0.132.3

Adrian Schröter
Am Wednesday, 15. June 2011, 14:03:59 schrieb Michal Marek:

> Hi,
>
> this worked until recently:
> $ osc --version
> 0.131
> $ osc co openSUSE:Factory hello
> ...
> $ cd openSUSE:Factory/hello
> $ rm -rf .osc/
> $ osc build --local-package --alternative-project=openSUSE:Factory
> standard x86_64 hello.spec
> Building hello.spec for standard/x86_64
> ...
>
> But it doesn't work anymore:
> $ osc --version
> 0.132.3
> $ osc build --local-package --alternative-project=openSUSE:Factory
> standard x86_64 hello.spec
> Error: "/home/mmarek/openSUSE:Factory/hello" is not an osc package
> working copy.
>
> We use this option regularly to build kernel packages from git, that do
> not have any .osc metadata.

version 0.132.4 is on the way ...

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