Petr Spacek wrote:
On 2.8.2016 17:12, Rob Crittenden wrote:
Pavel Vomacka wrote:
please review attached patches which Split make lint to more targets and
What's the driver to split the checks out into separate targets?
Most importantly, makeapi and makeaci do not need to be called 10 times during
single build (and can be called in parallel, once our build system can manage
No argument there, but this is what tickets are for: to outline the
problem, let the group scope it, target a release, THEN do the work.
Not picking on Pavel here, but having to ask the purpose of a patch is a
I jumped in only to slow the process down so these other things could be
considered. Something I might normally have done during triage.
You are moving the makeapi and makeaci from version-update to lint. They were
in version-update for a reason: downstream builds do not call lint. Downstream
may patch code. API cannot break.
This is very true, I definitely agree. Even better, downstream should call as
much checks as possible.
lint is another matter. IIRC it was deemed to be less important because
it is working against released code and giving the one doing the release
the benefit of the doubt that they know what they are doing.
It may also be that RHEL 5 or 6 didn't have pylint at the time (git may
This split allows the downstream spec to call all tools which are available in
downstream as part of %check section of the spec, which was not possible
before the split.
%check is not appropriate for these.
If you want a proper %check then get IPA installable using socket
wrappers and execute the in-tree unit tests.
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