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Git Repository of RPM package files

You can view the GIT repository of the files used to build the RPM packages I produce (excluding the tar balls provided by Wietse), using github at the following URLs:


My Postfix RPMS are available from github. Currently there are several branches: POSTFIX_2_7 for postfix-2.7, POSTFIX_2_6 for postfix-2.6, POSTFIX_2_5 for postfix-2.5, POSTFIX_2_4 for postfix-2.4, POSTFIX_2_3 for postfix-2.3, POSTFIX_2_2 for postfix-2.2, POSTFIX_2_1 for postfix-2.1, POSTFIX_2 for postfix-2.0, POSTFIX_1_1_0 for postfix-1.1, with master being used (sometimes) for the latest Postfix snapshots.

You can access the git repository doing the following:

$ git clone git://github.com/sjmudd/postfix-rpm.git

$ git branch -a # shows remote branches
$ cd postfix-rpm
$ git checkout --track -b POSTFIX_2_7 origin/POSTFIX_2_7     # postfix-2.7
$ git checkout --track -b POSTFIX_2_6 origin/POSTFIX_2_6     # postfix-2.6
$ git checkout --track -b POSTFIX_2_5 origin/POSTFIX_2_5     # postfix-2.5
$ git checkout --track -b POSTFIX_2_5 origin/POSTFIX_2_4     # postfix-2.4
$ ..

Note that the way that I build my packages is to run sh buildpackage. This sets up links from the git repository to the SOURCES directory before attempting to build the RPM.


Suggestions for improvement are welcome.


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