David Sommerseth wrote:
> Doesn't 'fedpkg mockbuild' resolve those test builds? To my knowledge,
> this is fairly close to what koji does under the hood. Then you'll have
> everything tested locally, git tree can be cleaned up and be in a
> reasonable shape before being pushed out.
I'm surely not going to build those packages on my computer, that's what we
have Koji for!
> If you want to make koji run the build, you can also use 'fedpkg build
> --scratch' and provide an SRPM (generated by 'fedpkg srpm'). This
> shouldn't need to be git pushed either to work.
Then I have to waste a build (which wastes my time and Koji's resources)
because I'll have to build the last attempt (the one that ends up
succeeding) again as an official build later. It also takes extra time to
build and upload the SRPM compared to letting Koji compose it from dist-git,
which for a large package like qt5-qtwebengine is not negligible either. (I
have only so much upload speed on this asymmetric cable broadband
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