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# Disable the stupid stuff rpm distros include in the build process by default:
<% %w(prep build install clean).each do |step| -%>
<%# These definitions have to be non-empty... I guess... -%>
# Disable any <%= step %> shell actions. replace them with simply 'true'
%define __spec_<%= step %>_post true
%define __spec_<%= step %>_pre true
<% end -%>
# Disable checking for unpackaged files ?
#%undefine __check_files
# Use <%= attributes[:rpm_digest] %> file digest method
%define _binary_filedigest_algorithm <%= digest_algorithm %>
# Use <%= attributes[:rpm_compression] %> payload compression
%define _binary_payload <%= payload_compression %>
Name: <%= name %>
Version: <%= version %>
<% if epoch -%>
Epoch: <%= epoch %>
<% end -%>
Release: <%= iteration or 1 %>
<%# use the first line of the description as the summary -%>
Summary: <%= description.split("\n").first.empty? ? "_" : description.split("\n").first %>
BuildArch: <%= architecture %>
AutoReqProv: no
# Seems specifying BuildRoot is required on older rpmbuild (like on CentOS 5)
# fpm passes '--define buildroot ...' on the commandline, so just reuse that.
BuildRoot: %buildroot
<% if !prefix.nil? and !prefix.empty? %>
Prefix: <%= prefix %>
<% end -%>
Group: <%= category %>
<%# Sometimes the 'license' field has multiple lines... Hack around it.
# While technically yes this means we are 'modifying' the license,
# since the job of FPM is to get shit done and that this is only
# modifying whitespace, it should be reasonably OK. -%>
License: <%= license.gsub("\n", " ") %>
<% if !vendor.nil? and !vendor.empty? -%>
Vendor: <%= vendor %>
<% end -%>
URL: <%= url or "http://nourlgiven.example.com/" %>
Packager: <%= maintainer %>
<% dependencies.each do |req| -%>
Requires: <%= req %>
<% end -%>
<% provides.each do |prov| -%>
Provides: <%= prov %>
<% end -%>
<% conflicts.each do |conflict| -%>
Conflicts: <%= conflict %>
<% end -%>
<% replaces.each do |repl| -%>
<%# The closes equivalent in RPM to "replaces" is "Obsoletes" -%>
Obsoletes: <%= repl %>
<% end -%>
<%# rpm rejects descriptions with blank lines (even between content), so hack
around it by replacing blank lines with ' .' -%>
%description
<%= description.gsub(/^\s*$/, " .") %>
%prep
# noop
%build
# noop
%install
<% files.each do |path| -%>
<% source = Shellwords.shellescape(File.join(staging_path, path)) -%>
<% # Copy to the build_path/BUILD/ to make rpmbuild happy -%>
<% target = Shellwords.shellescape(File.join(build_path, build_sub_dir, path)) -%>
<% dir = File.dirname(target) %>
mkdir -p <%= dir %>
if [ -f <%= source %> ] || [ -h <%= source %> ] ; then
cp -d <%= source %> <%= target %>
elif [ -d <%= source %> ] ; then
mkdir <%= target %>
fi
<% end %>
%clean
# noop
<%# This next section puts any %pre, %post, %preun, or %postun scripts %>
<%
scriptmap = {
:before_install => "pre",
:after_install => "post",
:before_remove => "preun",
:after_remove => "postun",
}
scriptmap.each do |name, rpmname|
-%>
<% if script?(name) -%>
%<%= rpmname %>
<%= script(name) %>
<% end -%>
<% end -%>
%files
%defattr(-,<%= attributes[:rpm_user] %>,<%= attributes[:rpm_group] %>,-)
<%# Output config files and then regular files. -%>
<% config_files.each do |path| -%>
%config(noreplace) <%= File.join(prefix, path) %>
<% end -%>
<%# list only files, not directories? -%>
<%=
# Reject config files already listed or parent directories, then prefix files
# with "/", then make sure paths with spaces are quoted. I hate rpm so much.
# 'files' here is the method FPM::Package#files.
# The 'files' section of rpm can be
# Replace [ with [\[] to make rpm not use globs
# Replace * with [*] to make rpm not use globs
# Replace ? with [?] to make rpm not use globs
# Replace % with [%] to make rpm not expand macros
files.collect { |f| "/#{f}" } \
.reject { |f| config_files.include?(f) } \
.collect { |f| f[/\s/] and "\"#{f}\"" or f } \
.collect { |f| f.gsub("[", "[\\[]") } \
.collect { |f| f.gsub("*", "[*]") } \
.collect { |f| f.gsub("?", "[?]") } \
.collect { |f| f.gsub("%", "[%]") } \
.join("\n")
#.collect { |f| File.join(prefix, f) } \
%>
%changelog
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