Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1031726
RFE: allow chain-build to build the current package as first
Last modified: 2015-06-29 08:58:40 EDT
Description of problem:
Currently the chain-build builds the current package as last. This is useful, but sometimes I need the opposite. E.g. when updating gnuradio, I usually switch to the gnuradio git, build the gnuradio itself and then the packages that has dep on it. It would really help me if i could issue chain-build (with some parameter) from the gnuradio git tree with the list of deps to build after it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. fedpkg co PACKAGE1
2. cd PACKAGE1
3. fedpkg chain-build PACKAGE2 : PACKAGE3
Packages are build in the following order: PACKAGE2, PACKAGE3, PACKAGE1.
Possibility to build in the following order: PACKAGE1, PACKAGE2, PACKAGE3 (by adding some switch, e.g. --first)
Of course it is doable by switching to the git tree of one of the dep and issuing the chain-build with gnuradio on the first position and other deps following, but having a switch for it would be more straightforward.
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