Title: #364: Client-only builds with --disable-server
On (13/02/17 05:05), Christian Heimes wrote:
>I'm following the development principals of **minimum viable product**. This
>PR solves a critical use case for me. With the PR I can build FreeIPA client
>packages in a lean and clean build container. Without the
>```--disable-server``` flag I'm forced to bloat my build env with lots of
>additional dependencies and then throw away all the extra stuff.
My comments are about semantic of this option.
`--disable-server` should disable all parts which depends on server.
I know that your use case is a little bit different but I do not like
misusing of `--disable-server` for different use-cases (from semantic POV)
That's the reason why I proposed compromise/alternative solution
for installing `ipatests` which needn't be tight together
>My changes don't solve https://fedorahosted.org/freeipa/ticket/6517 to its
>full extend. The PR provides enough of
>https://fedorahosted.org/freeipa/ticket/6517 to enable me to finish some time
>critical as soon as possible. RPM packaging changes and ipatests improvements
>for client-only builds can be implemented another time. I consider these
>changes sugar coating (aka stretch goals).
One more time; it will be solved with my proposed change to `ipatests`
+ small tweak to spec file (due to python2/3 changes)
That is exactly way how I tested it. A little bit hacky way but works
for testing: https://paste.fedoraproject.org/556868/48699519
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