I just released new mock. The auto-karma is off again. And I will push it to 
stable only if there is no big issue.

From the release notes 

There are new features:

* The bootstrap feature is now disabled by default. There were too many issues 
with it. You can enable it locally with
`--bootstrap-chroot`, but first see knows
and [issues](https://github.com/rpm-software-management/mock/issues).
* There is initial support for Fedora Modularity. You can add to config:

    config_opts['module_enable'] = ['list', 'of', 'modules']
    config_opts['module_install'] = ['module1/profile', 'module2/profile']

This will call `dnf module enable list of modules` and `dnf module install 
module1/profile module2/profile` during the
init phase.

There are some bugfixes:

* NSpawn chroot is switched off for EL6 targets 
* LVM root is not umounted when `umount_root` is set to false
* Shell in NSpawn container is now called with `--login` so `profile.d` scripts 
are executed
* yum rather then yum-deprecated is used when using bootstrap chroot
* Custom chroot does not use bootstrap 
* Mock now use `dnf repoquery` instead of repoquery for chroots which uses DNF.
* LVM's scrub hook for bootstrap chroot is called 
* `--mount` will mount LVM volumes 

Miroslav Suchy, RHCA
Red Hat, Senior Software Engineer, #brno, #devexp, #fedora-buildsys
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