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RPKG guide from Tito user
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Since the beginning of the rpkg project, it was known as a client tool for DistGit. Times changed and a new era for rpkg is here. It was enhanced with project management features, so we can safely label it as a tito alternative.

A features review, pros and cons and user guide is a theme for a whole new article. In this short post, I, as a long-time tito user, want to show rpkg alternatives for the tito commands, that I frequently use.

For more information about the rpkg, please read the documentation.

Cheat sheet

{:.table} | Tito command | rpkg alternative | | ------------------------------------------------ | --------------------------------- | | tito build --srpm --test | rpkg srpm | | tito build --rpm --test | rpkg local | | tito build --tgz --test | rpkg spec --sources | | tito tag | rpkg tag | | Undo a tito tag | rpkg tag -d <tagname> | | Push a tito tag | rpkg push | | tito release <copr-releaser> | rpkg build | | tito build ... --install | Not implemented yet | | tito build ... --rpmbuild-options=--nocheck | Not implemented yet |

Working with last tag

You may notice, that all tito build commands in the cheat sheet table have --test parameter. That's because rpkg always works with the last commit. So how to build a package from the last tag? We need to checkout it first.

git checkout <tag>
rpkg local