Bug 83295

Summary: rpmbuild doesn't follow macros for unpackaged files
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Raw Hide Reporter: sean <seandarcy>
Component: rpm-buildAssignee: Jeff Johnson <jbj>
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Description sean 2003-02-01 20:11:11 UTC
Description of problem:
I'm getting an unpackaged files problem in trying to build wine from a source rpm:

Checking for unpackaged file(s): /usr/lib/rpm/check-files /var/tmp/wine-root
error: Installed (but unpackaged) file(s) found:
   /usr/share/aclocal/wine.m4
 
 
RPM build errors:
    Installed (but unpackaged) file(s) found:
   /usr/share/aclocal/wine.m4

and it dies.

/etc/rpm/macros has :

 cat /etc/rpm/macros
%optflags   -O2 -march=athlon-xp -m3dnow -msse
%define _unpackaged_files_terminate_build 0

I even went into /usr/lib/rpm/macros:

#
# Should unpackaged files in a build root terminate a build?
#
# Note: The default value should be 0 for legacy compatibility.
%_unpackaged_files_terminate_build	0

#
# Should missing %doc files in the build directory terminate a build?
#
# Note: The default value should be 0 for legacy compatibility.
%_missing_doc_files_terminate_build	0

#

What am I missing?

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

rpm -q rpm-build
rpm-build-4.2-0.64

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Comment 1 Jeff Johnson 2003-02-01 20:19:59 UTC
Yo need to delete the "%define", copy what's in
/usr/lib/rpm/macros changing 1 to 0.

Comment 2 sean 2003-02-01 23:11:45 UTC
Yep. It turned out deleting the %define was half the problem. You need a tab -
not a space - before the 0 ( or 1).

thanks for the quick response.