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NAME


gbp-buildpackage-rpm - Build RPM packages from a Git repository

SYNOPSIS


gbp buildpackage-rpm [ --git-[no-]ignore-new ] [ --git-tag ] [ --git-verbose ] [ --git-
color=[auto|on|off] ] [ --git-color-scheme=COLOR_SCHEME ] [ --git-notify=[auto|on|off] ] [
--git-tmp-dir=DIRECTORY ] [ --git-vendor=VENDOR ] [ --git-native=[auto|on|off] ] [ --git-
upstream-branch=TREEISH ] [ --git-packaging-branch=BRANCH_NAME ] [ --git-ignore-branch ] [
--git-[no-]submodules ] [ --git-builder=BUILD_CMD ] [ --git-cleaner=CLEAN_CMD ] [
--git-[no-]sign-tags ] [ --git-keyid=GPG-KEYID ] [ --git-posttag=COMMAND ] [ --git-
postbuild=COMMAND ] [ --git-postexport=COMMAND ] [ --git-prebuild=COMMAND ] [
--git-[no-]build ] [ --git-[no-]hooks ] [ --git-packaging-tag=TAG-FORMAT ] [ --git-
upstream-tag=TAG-FORMAT ] [ --git-force-create ] [ --git-no-create-orig ] [ --git-
upstream-tree=[TAG|BRANCH|TREEISH] ] [ --git-tarball-dir=DIRECTORY ] [ --git-compression-
level=LEVEL ] [ --git-export-dir=DIRECTORY ] [ --git-export=TREEISH ] [ --git-packaging-
dir=DIRECTORY ] [ --git-spec-file=FILEPATH ] [ --git-export-sourcedir=DIRECTORY ] [ --git-
export-specdir=DIRECTORY ] [ --git-[no-]pristine-tar ] [ --git-[no-]pristine-tar-commit ]
[ --git-tag-only ] [ --git-retag ] [ --git-mock ] [ --git-dist=DISTRIBUTION ] [ --git-
arch=ARCHITECTURE ] [ --git-mock-options=OPTIONS ] [ --git-mock-root=ROOT ]

DESCRIPTION


gbp buildpackage-rpm is used to build RPM packages from a Git repository. It is an RPM
counterpart for the gbp buildpackage tool that is designed for building Debian packages.

gbp buildpackage-rpm will, in order:

· Verify that it is being executed from the proper location.

· Verify that the repository doesn't contain any uncommitted source changes.

· Verify that it is being executed from the correct branch.

· Export packaging files to a separate build area.

· Create an orig source tarball if it doesn't exist.

· Call rpmbuild(1) (or the application specified via --git-builder), passing along all
command line arguments that don't start with --git-.

· (Optionally) tag the tree after a successful build.

· (Optionally) call a post build hook - e.g. to run rpmlint.

· (Optionally) call a post tag hook - e.g. to push the results to a remote repository
after creating the tag.

OPTIONS


--git-[no-]ignore-new
Don't abort if there are uncommitted changes in the source tree or the current
branch doesn't match the PACKAGING-BRANCH.

--git-tag
Add a git tag after a successful build.

--git-builder=BUILD_CMD
Use BUILD_CMD instead of rpmbuild -ba.

--git-cleaner=CLEAN_CMD
Use CLEAN_CMD.

--git-verbose
Verbose execution

--git-color=[auto|on|off]
Whether to use colored output.

--git-color-scheme=COLOR_SCHEME
Colors to use in output (when color is enabled). The format for COLOR_SCHEME is
'<debug>:<info>:<warning>:<error>'. Numerical values and color names are accepted,
empty fields imply the default color. For example --git-color-scheme='cyan:34::'
would show debug messages in cyan, info messages in blue and other messages in
default (i.e. warning and error messages in red).

--git-notify=[auto|on|off]
Whether to send a desktop notification after the build.

--git-tmp-dir=DIRECTORY
Base directory under which temporary directories are created.

--git-vendor=VENDOR
Distribution vendor name.

--git-native=[auto|on|off]
Define the 'nativity' of a package. The default value auto makes gbp buildpackage-
rpm to guess. Guessing is based on the existence of upstream branch.

--git-upstream-branch=BRANCH_NAME
Branch to build the orig tarball from if --git-upstream-tree is set to BRANCH.
Default is upstream.

--git-packaging-branch=BRANCH_NAME
If you're not on this branch when invoking gbp buildpackage-rpm it will fail.
Default is master. This is done to make sure you don't accidentally release from a
topic branch. Not being on this branch will be ignored when using --git-ignore-
new.

--git-ignore-branch
Don't check if the current branch matches PACKAGING-BRANCH.

--git-[no-]submodules
Include git submodules in the orig tarball.

--git-[no-]sign-tags
GPG sign all created tags.

--git-keyid=GPG-KEYID
Use this keyid for gpg signing tags.

--git-posttag=COMMAND
Excecute COMMAND after tagging a new version.

Exported environment variables are: GBP_TAG (the name of the generated tag),
GBP_BRANCH (the branch the package was build from) and GBP_SHA1 (the sha1 of the
commit the tag was created at).

--git-postbuild=COMMAND
Execute COMMAND after successful build.

Exported environment variables are: GBP_CHANGES_FILE (the name of the generated
changes file), GBP_BUILD_DIR (the build dir).

--git-postexport=COMMAND
Execute COMMAND after exporting the source tree.

Exported environment variables are: GBP_GIT_DIR (the repository the package is
being built from), GBP_TMP_DIR (the temporary directory where the sources have been
initially exported).

--git-prebuild=COMMAND
Execute COMMAND from the build directory before calling rpmbuild or the application
specified via --git-builder.

Exported environment variables are: GBP_GIT_DIR (the repository the package is
being built from), GBP_BUILD_DIR (the build dir).

--git-[no-]build
Enable builder. Note: --git-no-build causes the postbuild hook to be disabled, too.

--git-[no-]hooks
Enable running all (cleaner, postexport, prebuild, postbuild, and posttag) hooks.
Note: the --git-builder command is not affected by this option.

--git-packaging-tag=TAG-FORMAT
Use this tag format when tagging released versions of the package.

--git-upstream-tag=TAG-FORMAT
Use this tag format when looking for tags of upstream versions, default is
upstream/%(version)s.

--git-force-create
Force creation of an orig tarball (overwriting a pre-existing one if present).

--git-no-create-orig
Don't try to create any orig tarball.

--git-export-dir=DIRECTORY
Export the packaging files from the current branch head (or the treeish object
given via --git-export to DIRECTORY before building.

--git-export-sourcedir=DIRECTORY

--git-export-specdir=DIRECTORY
Subdirectories under export directory where packaging files are exported. The
default build options of rpmbuild builder are also adjusted accordingly.

--git-export=TREEISH
Instead of exporting the current branch head, export the treeish object TREEISH.
The special name INDEX exports the current index, WC) exports all files in the
current working directory.

--git-packaging-dir=DIRECTORY
Subdirectory that contains the RPM packaging files.

--git-spec-file=FILEPATH
Relative path to the spec file to use. Special value auto causes gbp buildpackage-
rpm to search and guess. Other values cause the --git-packaging-dir option to be
ignored: the directory of the spec file is used, instead.

--git-upstream-tree=[TAG|BRANCH|TREEISH]
How to find the upstream sources used to generate the tarball. TAG looks at a tag
corresponding to the version in the changelog. BRANCH looks at the upstream branch
given via the --git-upstream-branch option. Other values are interpreted as
treeishs.

This doesn't have any effect if --git-pristine-tar is being used.

--git-tarball-dir=DIRECTORY
Search for original tarballs in DIRECTORY instead of generating them.

--git-compression-level=LEVEL
Specifies the upstream tarball compression level if an upstream tarball needs to be
built.

--git-tag-only
Don't build, only tag and run post-tag hooks.

--git-retag
Don't fail tag operations if a tag with the same version already exists, but,
overwrite the existing tag, instead.

--git-pristine-tar
Use pristine-tar when generating the upstream tarball if it doesn't exist.

--git-pristine-tar-commit
Commit the pristine-tar delta to the pristine-tar branch if a new tarball was
generated and the pristine-tar data isn't already there.

--git-mock
Use mock to build the rpms by invoking gbp-builder-mock.

--git-dist
Build for this distribution when using mock (e.g.: epel-6).

--git-arch
Build for this architecture when using mock, default is to build for the current
host architecture.

--git-mock-root
The mock root to use. Defaults to DIST-ARCH from above.

--git-mock-options
Additional options to pass to mock. Default is to pass no additional options.

EXAMPLES


Only build a source RPM with rpmbuild

gbp buildpackage-rpm -bs

Build an RPM package with rpmbuild on a custom branch with the uncommitted changes
included.

gbp buildpackage-rpm --git-ignore-branch --git-export=WC

CONFIGURATION FILES


Several gbp.conf files are parsed to set defaults for the above command-line arguments.
See the gbp.conf(5)> manpage for details.

All options in the config files are specified without the 'git-' prefix.

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