Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 20499
rpm ignore BuildPrereq: statement in the SPEC file
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:29:43 EDT
RPM silently ignore the BuildPrereq statement in the SPEC file. I used rpm
The build process then fail by unresolved building dependencies.
Add "--nodeps" to the build arguments if you wish to disable build dependency
No, rpm *ignore* BuildPrereq: dependencies in SPEC file so when rebulding
packages the is no message about unresolved dependencies and compilation thus
fail (because there are no packages required by SPEC file in the system and rpm
did not inform about this unresolved dependencies). Simply BuildPrereq: do
nothing. I can write whatever here with no effect.
Is your BuildPreReq: in the spec file preamble (i.e. near the top of the spec
file with other
FWIW, I use BuildPreReq:'s routinely, and they "work for me" ...