On Wed, 2009-05-20 at 13:45 +0100, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
Are we carrying build dependencies in this repo too?
Not a whole lot of point right now; you can't build in koji against
packages in this repo.
For libguestfs, it's likely we'd want a few non-virt packages
too. Probably these build deps:
+ any new revs of augeas that turn up, eg. if David adds support for
more augeas 'lenses'.
That's runtime, right? Sure, if it was needed for a new libguestfs
feature it would make sense to add.
perl-Sys-Virt is a runtime dependency, but I'm assuming that Dan
be pushing new versions of that into fedora-virt repo.
Yeah; again the problem of not being able to build against newer
versions of libvirt, though.
qemu is an important build + runtime dependency, but I assume that
versions of qemu will be pushed here.
Yes, we already have qemu-0.10.50/kvm-85 in there.
How do you feel about taking packages like the ones above?
I think the way to look at it is - the repo should contain F-12 packages
with new virt features that don't belong in F-11 and, within reason,
packages needed to enable those new virt features.
By within reason, I mean that e.g. if this was an F-11 preview repo for
F-10 a few months ago, we would have had to think hard about whether we
wanted to include selinux-policy for sVirt testing. My instinct is that
we wouldn't include it because it would be likely to break non-virt
things on people.