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RPM user and group setting for %files section #208

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jacaetevha commented Apr 18, 2012

This adds RPM specific settings for user and group ( a la %defattr(-, user, group -) ). I realize that ephess is also working on a more general setting for user and group, but it's not clear whether or not that setting will really be applicable to the the RPM build. The RPM user and group setting is not dependent on a directory source (as in ephess' current implementation).

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jordansissel commented May 23, 2012

Thanks!

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jacaetevha commented May 23, 2012

You're welcome. Thanks for the gem!!

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