This bug follows PR#3  and PR#4 :
> I've been looking more into this, and really we should get rebar3 available as
> a prerequisite for updating elixir. Unfortunately making rebar3 play nice with
> mock so it doesn't try to pull dependencies from the network is not so
> straightforward. So I'll need to get that part figured out first.
> First, something in the tests regarding git requires the network which is not
> available by default in mock. If you run mock with --enable-network, it passes.
> So we'll need to figure out what exactly is going on. I tried a while ago to
> run the tests inside of a docker container with the network disabled and the
> tests succeeded, so I'm not sure what the difference is between docker and mock
> (which uses systemd-nspawn). I've been putting this off but I need to revisit
> Second, the tests are using the bundled rebar/rebar3. If you add rm -f rebar
> rebar3 at the end of the %prep section to make sure those aren't used, it will
> fail. If you export REBAR=/usr/bin/rebar and REBAR3=/usr/bin/rebar under %check
> it gets a bit further but still fails.
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