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#/*! \page config_macros Default configuration: @RPMCONFIGDIR@/macros
# \verbatim
#
# This is a global RPM configuration file. All changes made here will
# be lost when the rpm package is upgraded. Any per-system configuration
# should be added to /etc/rpm/macros, while per-user configuration should
# be added to ~/.rpmmacros.
#
#==============================================================================
# ---- A macro that expands to nothing.
#
%nil %{!?nil}
#==============================================================================
# ---- filesystem macros.
#
%_usr @prefix@
%_usrsrc %{_usr}/src
%_var @localstatedir@
#==============================================================================
# ---- Generally useful path macros.
#
%__7zip @__7ZIP@
%__awk @AWK@
%__bzip2 @__BZIP2@
%__cat @__CAT@
%__chmod @__CHMOD@
%__chown @__CHOWN@
%__cp @__CP@
%__file @__FILE@
%__gpg @__GPG@
%__grep @__GREP@
%__gzip @__GZIP@
%__id @__ID@
%__id_u %{__id} -u
%__install @__INSTALL@
%__ln_s @LN_S@
%__lrzip @__LRZIP@
%__lzip @__LZIP@
%__xz @__XZ@
%__make @__MAKE@
%__mkdir @__MKDIR@
%__mkdir_p @__MKDIR_P@
%__mv @__MV@
%__patch @__PATCH@
%__rm @__RM@
%__sed @__SED@
%__tar @__TAR@
%__unzip @__UNZIP@
%__zstd @__ZSTD@
%__gem @__GEM@
%__git @__GIT@
%__hg @__HG@
%__bzr @__BZR@
%__quilt @__QUILT@
#==============================================================================
# ---- Build system path macros.
#
%__ar @AR@
%__as @AS@
%__cc @__CC@
%__cpp @CPP@
%__cxx @CXX@
%__ld @__LD@
%__objdump @__OBJDUMP@
%__strip @__STRIP@
#==============================================================================
# Conditional build stuff.
# Check if symbol is defined.
# Example usage: %if %{defined with_foo} && %{undefined with_bar} ...
%defined() %{expand:%%{?%{1}:1}%%{!?%{1}:0}}
%undefined() %{expand:%%{?%{1}:0}%%{!?%{1}:1}}
# Shorthand for %{defined with_...}
%with() %{expand:%%{?with_%{1}:1}%%{!?with_%{1}:0}}
%without() %{expand:%%{?with_%{1}:0}%%{!?with_%{1}:1}}
# Handle conditional builds. %bcond_with is for case when feature is
# default off and needs to be activated with --with ... command line
# switch. %bcond_without is for the dual case.
#
# %bcond_with foo defines symbol with_foo if --with foo was specified on
# command line.
# %bcond_without foo defines symbol with_foo if --without foo was *not*
# specified on command line.
#
# For example (spec file):
#
# (at the beginning)
# %bcond_with extra_fonts
# %bcond_without static
# (and later)
# %if %{with extra_fonts}
# ...
# %else
# ...
# %endif
# %if ! %{with static}
# ...
# %endif
# %if %{with static}
# ...
# %endif
# %{?with_static: ... }
# %{!?with_static: ... }
# %{?with_extra_fonts: ... }
# %{!?with_extra_fonts: ... }
#
# The bottom line: never use without_foo, _with_foo nor _without_foo, only
# with_foo. This way changing default set of bconds for given spec is just
# a matter of changing single line in it and syntax is more readable.
%bcond_with() %{expand:%%{?_with_%{1}:%%global with_%{1} 1}}
%bcond_without() %{expand:%%{!?_without_%{1}:%%global with_%{1} 1}}
#
#==============================================================================
# ---- Required rpmrc macros.
# Macros that used to be initialized as a side effect of rpmrc parsing.
# These are the default values that can be overridden by other
# (e.g. per-platform, per-system, per-packager, per-package) macros.
#
# The directory where rpm's configuration and scripts live
%_rpmconfigdir %{getconfdir}
# The directory where rpm's macro files live
%_rpmmacrodir %{_rpmconfigdir}/macros.d
# The directory where rpm's addon lua libraries live
%_rpmluadir %{_rpmconfigdir}/lua
# The directory where sources/patches will be unpacked and built.
%_builddir %{_topdir}/BUILD
# The interpreter used for build scriptlets.
%_buildshell /bin/sh
# The location of the rpm database file(s).
%_dbpath %{_var}/lib/rpm
# The location of the rpm database file(s) after "rpm --rebuilddb".
%_dbpath_rebuild %{_dbpath}
%_keyringpath %{_dbpath}/pubkeys/
#
# Path to script that creates debug symbols in a /usr/lib/debug
# shadow tree.
#
# A spec file can %%define _find_debuginfo_opts to pass options to
# the script. See the script for details.
#
%__debug_install_post \
%{_rpmconfigdir}/find-debuginfo.sh \\\
%{?_smp_build_ncpus:-j%{_smp_build_ncpus}} \\\
%{?_missing_build_ids_terminate_build:--strict-build-id} \\\
%{?_no_recompute_build_ids:-n} \\\
%{?_include_minidebuginfo:-m} \\\
%{?_include_gdb_index:-i} \\\
%{?_unique_build_ids:--build-id-seed "%{VERSION}-%{RELEASE}"} \\\
%{?_unique_debug_names:--unique-debug-suffix "-%{VERSION}-%{RELEASE}.%{_arch}"} \\\
%{?_unique_debug_srcs:--unique-debug-src-base "%{name}-%{VERSION}-%{RELEASE}.%{_arch}"} \\\
%{?_find_debuginfo_dwz_opts} \\\
%{?_find_debuginfo_opts} \\\
%{?_debugsource_packages:-S debugsourcefiles.list} \\\
"%{_builddir}/%{?buildsubdir}"\
%{nil}
# Template for debug information sub-package.
%_debuginfo_template \
%package debuginfo\
Summary: Debug information for package %{name}\
Group: Development/Debug\
AutoReq: 0\
AutoProv: 1\
%description debuginfo\
This package provides debug information for package %{name}.\
Debug information is useful when developing applications that use this\
package or when debugging this package.\
%files debuginfo -f debugfiles.list\
%{nil}
%_debugsource_template \
%package debugsource\
Summary: Debug sources for package %{name}\
Group: Development/Debug\
AutoReqProv: 0\
%description debugsource\
This package provides debug sources for package %{name}.\
Debug sources are useful when developing applications that use this\
package or when debugging this package.\
%files debugsource -f debugsourcefiles.list\
%{nil}
%debug_package \
%ifnarch noarch\
%global __debug_package 1\
%_debuginfo_template\
%{?_debugsource_packages:%_debugsource_template}\
%endif\
%{nil}
%_defaultdocdir %{_datadir}/doc
%_defaultlicensedir %{_datadir}/licenses
# Following macros for filtering auto deps must not be used in spec files.
# Their purpouse is to set up global filtering for all packages. If you need
# to set up specific filtering for your package use %__requires_exclude_from
# and %__provides_exclude_from instead.
%__global_requires_exclude_from %{?_docdir:%{_docdir}}
%__global_provides_exclude_from %{?_docdir:%{_docdir}}
# Maximum age of preserved changelog entries in binary packages,
# relative to newest existing entry. Unix timestamp format.
%_changelog_trimage 0
# The Unix time of the latest kept changelog entry in binary packages.
# DEPRACATED, use %_changelog_trimage instead.
%_changelog_trimtime 0
# If true, set the SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH environment variable
# to the timestamp of the topmost changelog entry
%source_date_epoch_from_changelog 0
# If true, make sure that buildtime in built rpms
# is set to the value of SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH.
# Is ignored when SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH is not set.
%use_source_date_epoch_as_buildtime 0
# If true, make sure that timestamps in built rpms
# are not later than the value of SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH.
# Is ignored when SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH is not set.
%clamp_mtime_to_source_date_epoch 0
# The directory where newly built binary packages will be written.
%_rpmdir %{_topdir}/RPMS
# A template used to generate the output binary package file name
# (legacy).
%_rpmfilename %{_build_name_fmt}
# The directory where sources/patches from a source package will be
# installed. This is also where sources/patches are found when building.
%_sourcedir %{_topdir}/SOURCES
# The directory where the spec file from a source package will be
# installed.
%_specdir %{_topdir}/SPECS
# The directory where newly built source packages will be written.
%_srcrpmdir %{_topdir}/SRPMS
# The directory where buildroots will be created.
%_buildrootdir %{_topdir}/BUILDROOT
# Build root path, where %install installs the package during build.
%buildroot %{_buildrootdir}/%{NAME}-%{VERSION}-%{RELEASE}.%{_arch}
# Directory where temporaray files can be created.
%_tmppath %{_var}/tmp
# Path to top of build area.
%_topdir %{getenv:HOME}/rpmbuild
#==============================================================================
# ---- Optional rpmrc macros.
# Macros that are initialized as a side effect of rpmrc and/or spec
# file parsing.
#
# The sub-directory (relative to %{_builddir}) where sources are compiled.
# This macro is set after processing %setup, either explicitly from the
# value given to -n or the default name-version.
#
#%buildsubdir
# Configurable distribution information, same as Distribution: tag in a
# specfile.
#
#%distribution
# Configurable distribution URL, same as DistURL: tag in a specfile.
# The URL will be used to supply reliable information to tools like
# rpmfind.
#
# Note: You should not configure with disturl (or build packages with
# the DistURL: tag) unless you are willing to supply content in a
# yet-to-be-determined format at the URL specified.
#
#%disturl
# Configurable distribution tag, same as DistTag: tag in a specfile.
# The tag will be used to supply reliable information to tools like
# rpmfind.
#
#%disttag
# Configurable bug URL, same as BugURL: tag in a specfile.
# The URL will be used to supply reliable information to where
# to file bugs.
#
#%bugurl
# Boolean (i.e. 1 == "yes", 0 == "no") that controls whether files
# marked as %doc should be installed.
#%_excludedocs
# The signature to use and the location of configuration files for
# signing packages with GNU gpg.
#
#%_gpg_name
#%_gpg_path
# The port and machine name of an HTTP proxy host (used for FTP/HTTP).
#
#%_httpport
#%_httpproxy
# The PATH put into the environment before running %pre/%post et al.
#
%_install_script_path /sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin
# A colon separated list of desired locales to be installed;
# "all" means install all locale specific files.
#
%_install_langs all
# Set ModularityLabel: for packages being build
#
#%modularitylabel
# A colon separated list of paths where files should *not* be installed.
# Usually, these are network file system mount points.
#
#%_netsharedpath
# (experimental)
# The type of pattern match used on rpmdb iterator selectors:
# "default" simple glob-like regex, periods will be escaped,
# splats will have period prepended, full "^...$" match
# required. Also, file path tags will use glob(7).
# "strcmp" compare strings
# "regex" regex(7) patterns using regcomp(3)/regexec(3)
# "glob" glob(7) patterns using fnmatch(3)
#
%_query_selector_match default
# Configurable packager information, same as Packager: in a specfile.
#
#%packager
# Compression type and level for source/binary package payloads.
# "w9.gzdio" gzip level 9 (default).
# "w9.bzdio" bzip2 level 9.
# "w6.xzdio" xz level 6, xz's default.
# "w7T16.xzdio" xz level 7 using 16 threads
# "w7T0.xzdio" xz level 7 using %{getncpus} threads
# "w7T.xzdio" xz level 7 using %{getncpus} threads
# "w6.lzdio" lzma-alone level 6, lzma's default
# "w3.zstdio" zstd level 3, zstd's default
# "w19T8.zstdio" zstd level 19 using 8 threads
# "w7T0.zstdio" zstd level 7 using %{getncpus} threads
# "w.ufdio" uncompressed
#
#%_source_payload w9.gzdio
#%_binary_payload w9.gzdio
# Algorithm to use for generating file checksum digests on build.
# If not specified or 0, MD5 is used.
# WARNING: non-MD5 is backwards incompatible with rpm < 4.6!
# The supported algorithms may depend on the underlying crypto
# implementation but generally at least the following are supported:
# 1 MD5
# 2 SHA1
# 8 SHA256 (default)
# 9 SHA384
# 10 SHA512
#
%_source_filedigest_algorithm 8
%_binary_filedigest_algorithm 8
# Configurable vendor information, same as Vendor: in a specfile.
#
#%vendor
# Default fuzz level for %patch in spec file.
%_default_patch_fuzz 0
# Default patch flags
#%_default_patch_flags -s
%_default_patch_flags --no-backup-if-mismatch
#==============================================================================
# ---- Build configuration macros.
#
# Script gets packaged file list on input and buildroot as first parameter.
# Returns list of unpackaged files, i.e. files in $RPM_BUILD_ROOT not packaged.
#
# Note: Disable (by commenting out) for legacy compatibility.
%__check_files %{_rpmconfigdir}/check-files %{buildroot}
#
# Should unpackaged files in a build root terminate a build?
#
# Note: The default value should be 0 for legacy compatibility.
%_unpackaged_files_terminate_build 1
#
# Should missing %doc files in the build directory terminate a build?
#
# Note: The default value should be 0 for legacy compatibility.
%_missing_doc_files_terminate_build 1
#
# Should empty %files manifest file terminate a build?
#
# Note: The default value should be 0 for legacy compatibility.
%_empty_manifest_terminate_build 1
#
# Should binaries in noarch packages terminate a build?
%_binaries_in_noarch_packages_terminate_build 1
# Should invalid utf8 encoding in package metadata terminate a build?
%_invalid_encoding_terminates_build 1
# Should invalid version format in requires, provides, ... terminate a build?
%_wrong_version_format_terminate_build 1
#
# Should rpm try to download missing sources at build-time?
# Enabling this is dangerous as long as rpm has no means to validate
# the integrity of the download with a digest or signature.
%_disable_source_fetch 1
#
# Program to call for each successfully built and written binary package.
# The package name is passed to the program as a command-line argument.
#
#%_build_pkgcheck %{_bindir}/rpmlint
#
# Program to call for the whole binary package set after build.
# The package set is passed to the program via command-line arguments.
#
#%_build_pkgcheck_set %{_bindir}/rpmlint
#
# Program to call for successfully built and written SRPM.
# The package name is passed to the program as a command-line argument.
#
#%_build_pkgcheck_srpm %{_bindir}/rpmlint
#
# Should the build of packages fail if package checker (if defined) returns
# non-zero exit status?
#
#%_nonzero_exit_pkgcheck_terminate_build 1
#
# Should an ELF file processed by find-debuginfo.sh having no build ID
# terminate a build? This is left undefined to disable it and defined to
# enable.
#
#%_missing_build_ids_terminate_build 1
#
# Include minimal debug information in build binaries.
# Requires _enable_debug_packages.
#
#%_include_minidebuginfo 1
#
# Include a .gdb_index section in the .debug files.
# Requires _enable_debug_packages and gdb-add-index installed.
#
#%_include_gdb_index 1
#
# Defines how and if build_id links are generated for ELF files.
# The following settings are supported:
#
# - none
# No build_id links are generated.
#
# - alldebug
# build_id links are generated only when the __debug_package global is
# defined. This will generate build_id links in the -debuginfo package
# for both the main file as /usr/lib/debug/.build-id/xx/yyy and for
# the .debug file as /usr/lib/debug/.build-id/xx/yyy.debug.
# This is the old style build_id links as generated by the original
# find-debuginfo.sh script.
#
# - separate
# build_id links are generate for all binary packages. If this is a
# main package (the __debug_package global isn't set) then the
# build_id link is generated as /usr/lib/.build-id/xx/yyy. If this is
# a -debuginfo package (the __debug_package global is set) then the
# build_id link is generated as /usr/lib/debug/.build-id/xx/yyy.
#
# - compat
# Same as for "separate" but if the __debug_package global is set then
# the -debuginfo package will have a compatibility link for the main
# ELF /usr/lib/debug/.build-id/xx/yyy -> /usr/lib/.build-id/xx/yyy
%_build_id_links compat
# Whether build-ids should be made unique between package version/releases
# when generating debuginfo packages. If set to 1 this will pass
# --build-id-seed "%{VERSION}-%{RELEASE}" to find-debuginfo.sh which will
# pass it onto debugedit --build-id-seed to be used to prime the build-id
# note hash.
%_unique_build_ids 1
# Do not recompute build-ids but keep whatever is in the ELF file already.
# Cannot be used together with _unique_build_ids (which forces recomputation).
# Defaults to undefined (unset).
#%_no_recompute_build_ids 1
# Whether .debug files should be made unique between package version,
# release and architecture. If set to 1 this will pass
# --unique-debug-suffix "-%{VERSION}-%{RELEASE}.%{_arch} find-debuginfo.sh
# to create debuginfo files which end in -<ver>-<rel>.<arch>.debug
# Requires _unique_build_ids.
%_unique_debug_names 1
# Whether the /usr/debug/src/<package> directories should be unique between
# package version, release and architecture. If set to 1 this will pass
# --unique-debug-src-base "%{name}-%{VERSION}-%{RELEASE}.%{_arch}" to
# find-debuginfo.sh to name the directory under /usr/debug/src as
# <name>-<ver>-<rel>.<arch>.
%_unique_debug_srcs 1
# Whether rpm should put debug source files into its own subpackage
#%_debugsource_packages 1
# Whether rpm should create extra debuginfo packages for each subpackage
#%_debuginfo_subpackages 1
#
# Use internal dependency generator rather than external helpers?
%_use_internal_dependency_generator 1
# Directories whose contents should be considered as documentation.
%__docdir_path %{_datadir}/doc:%{_datadir}/man:%{_datadir}/info:%{_datadir}/gtk-doc/html:%{_datadir}/gnome/help:%{?_docdir}:%{?_mandir}:%{?_infodir}:%{?_javadocdir}:/usr/doc:/usr/man:/usr/info:/usr/X11R6/man
#
# Path to scripts to autogenerate package dependencies,
#
# Note: Used iff _use_internal_dependency_generator is zero.
#%__find_provides %{_rpmconfigdir}/rpmdeps --provides
#%__find_requires %{_rpmconfigdir}/rpmdeps --requires
%__find_provides %{_rpmconfigdir}/find-provides
%__find_requires %{_rpmconfigdir}/find-requires
#%__find_conflicts ???
#%__find_obsoletes ???
#
# Path to file attribute classifications for automatic dependency
# extraction, used when _use_internal_dependency_generator
# is used (on by default). Files can have any number of attributes
# attached to them, and dependencies are separately extracted for
# each attribute.
#
# To define a new file attribute called "myattr", add a file named
# "myattr" to this directory, defining the requires and/or provides
# finder script(s) + magic and/or path pattern regex(es).
# provides finder and
# %__myattr_requires path + args to requires finder script for <myattr>
# %__myattr_provides path + args to provides finder script for <myattr>
# %__myattr_magic libmagic classification match regex
# %__myattr_path path based classification match regex
# %__myattr_flags flags to control behavior (just "exeonly" for now)
# %__myattr_exclude_magic exclude by magic regex
# %__myattr_exclude_path exclude by path regex
#
%_fileattrsdir %{_rpmconfigdir}/fileattrs
# This macro defines how much space (in bytes) in package should be
# reserved for gpg signatures during building of a package. If this space is
# big enough for gpg signatures to fit into it then signing of the packages is
# very quick because it is not necessary to rewrite the whole package to make
# some space for gpg signatures.
%__gpg_reserved_space 4096
#==============================================================================
# ---- Database configuration macros.
#
# Select backend database. The following values are supported:
# bdb Berkeley DB
# ndb new data base format
# sqlite Sqlite database
# dummy dummy backend (no actual functionality)
#
%_db_backend bdb
#
# Macros used to configure Berkley db parameters.
#
# rpmdb macro configuration values are a colon (or white space) separated
# list of tokens, with an optional '!' negation to explicitly disable bit
# values, or a "=value" if a parameter. A per-tag value is used (e.g.
# %_dbi_config_Packages) if defined, otherwise a per-rpmdb default
# (e.g. %_dbi_config).
#
# Here's a short list of the tokens, with a guess of whether the option is
# useful:
# (nothing) currently used in rpm, known to work.
# "+++" under development, will be supported in rpm eventually.
# "???" I have no clue, you're mostly on your own.
#
# If you do find yourself inclined to fiddle, here's what I see (shrug):
# 1) Only the value of mp_size has any serious impact on overall performance,
# and you will need ~256Kb to handle a typical machine install.
# 2) Only the Packages hash, because of the size of the values (i.e. headers),
# will ever need tuning. Diddle the pagesize if you're interested, although
# I believe that you will find pagesize=512 "best".
# 3) Adding nofsync increases speed, but risks total data loss. Fiddle shared
# and/or mp_size instead.
#
# token works? Berkeley db flag or value
#==================================================
#---------------------- DBENV tunable values:
# mmapsize=16Mb DBENV->set_mp_mmapsize
# cachesize=1Mb DBENV->set_cachesize, DB->set_cachesize
#---------------------- DB->open bits:
# nommap ??? DB_NOMMAP
#----------------------- rpmdb specific configuration:
# lockdbfd (always on for Packages) Use fcntl(2) locking ?
# nofsync Disable fsync(2) call performed after db3 writes?
#
# Misc BDB tuning options
%__dbi_other mp_mmapsize=128Mb mp_size=1Mb
%_dbi_config %{?__dbi_other}
# "Packages" should have shared/exclusive fcntl(2) lock using "lockdbfd".
%_dbi_config_Packages %{?_dbi_config} lockdbfd
#==============================================================================
# ---- GPG/PGP/PGP5 signature macros.
# Macro(s) to hold the arguments passed to GPG/PGP for package
# signing and verification.
#
%__gpg_sign_cmd %{__gpg} \
gpg --no-verbose --no-armor \
%{?_gpg_digest_algo:--digest-algo %{_gpg_digest_algo}} \
--no-secmem-warning \
%{?_gpg_sign_cmd_extra_args:%{_gpg_sign_cmd_extra_args}} \
-u "%{_gpg_name}" -sbo %{__signature_filename} %{__plaintext_filename}
# XXX rpm >= 4.1 verifies signatures internally
#%__gpg_verify_cmd %{__gpg} \
# gpg --batch --no-verbose --verify --no-secmem-warning \
# %{__signature_filename} %{__plaintext_filename}
#
# Horowitz Key Protocol server configuration
#
%_hkp_keyserver http://pgp.mit.edu
%_hkp_keyserver_query %{_hkp_keyserver}:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x
#==============================================================================
# ---- Transaction macros.
# Macro(s) used to parameterize transactions.
#
# The output binary package file name template used when building
# binary packages.
#
# XXX Note: escaped %% for use in headerSprintf()
%_build_name_fmt %%{ARCH}/%%{NAME}-%%{VERSION}-%%{RELEASE}.%%{ARCH}.rpm
# Verify digest/signature flags for various rpm modes:
# 0x30300 (RPMVSF_MASK_NODIGESTS) --nohdrchk if set, don't check digest(s)
# 0xc0c00 (RPMVSF_MASK_NOSIGNATURES) --nosignature if set, don't check signature(s)
# 0xf0000 (RPMVSF_MASK_NOPAYLOAD) --nolegacy if set, check header+payload (if possible)
# 0x00f00 (RPMVSF_MASK_NOHEADER) --nohdrchk if set, don't check rpmdb headers
#
# For example, the value 0xf0c00 (=0xf0000+0xc0c00) disables legacy
# digest/signature checking, disables signature checking, but attempts
# digest checking, also when retrieving headers from the database.
#
# You also can do:
# >>> hex(rpm.RPMVSF_MASK_NOSIGNATURES)
# '0xc0c00'
# or:
# >>> hex(rpm.RPMVSF_MASK_NOSIGNATURES|rpm.RPMVSF_MASK_NOPAYLOAD)
# '0xf0c00'
# at the python prompt for example, after "import rpm".
#
# The checking overhead is ~11ms per header for digests/signatures;
# each header from the database is checked only when first encountered
# for each database open.
#
# Note: the %_vsflags_erase applies to --upgrade/--freshen modes as
# well as --erase.
#
%__vsflags 0xf0000
%_vsflags_build %{__vsflags}
%_vsflags_erase %{__vsflags}
%_vsflags_install %{__vsflags}
%_vsflags_query %{__vsflags}
%_vsflags_rebuilddb 0xc0c00
%_vsflags_verify %{__vsflags}
# Enforced package verification level
# all require valid digest(s) and signature(s)
# signature require valid signature(s)
# digest require valid digest(s)
# none traditional rpm behavior, nothing required
%_pkgverify_level digest
# Disabler flags for package verification (similar to vsflags)
%_pkgverify_flags 0x0
# Minimize writes during transactions (at the cost of more reads) to
# conserve eg SSD disks (EXPERIMENTAL).
# 1 enable
# 0 disable
# -1 (or undefined) autodetect on platforms where supported, otherwise
# default to disabled
#%_minimize_writes -1
# Flush file IO during transactions (at a severe cost in performance
# for rotational disks).
# 1 enable
# <= 0 (or undefined) disable
#%_flush_io 0
# Set to 1 to have IMA signatures written also on %config files.
# Note that %config files may be changed and therefore end up with
# a wrong or missing signature.
#%_ima_sign_config_files 0
# Set to 1 to have fsverity signatures written for %config files.
#%_fsverity_sign_config_files 0
#
# Default output format string for rpm -qa
#
# XXX Note: escaped %% for use in headerFormat()
%_query_all_fmt %%{nvra}
#
# Default for coloring output
# valid values are always never and auto
%_color_output never
#
# Default path to the file used for transaction fcntl lock.
%_rpmlock_path %{_dbpath}/.rpm.lock
#
# ISA dependency marker, none for noarch and name-bitness for others
%_isa %{?__isa:(%{__isa})}%{!?__isa:%{nil}}
#
# Define per-arch and per-os defaults. Normally overridden by per-target macros.
%__arch_install_post %{nil}
%__os_install_post %{___build_post}
# Macro to fix broken permissions in sources
%_fixperms %{__chmod} -Rf a+rX,u+w,g-w,o-w
#==============================================================================
# ---- Scriptlet template templates.
# Global defaults used for building scriptlet templates.
#
%___build_shell %{?_buildshell:%{_buildshell}}%{!?_buildshell:/bin/sh}
%___build_args -e
%___build_cmd %{?_sudo:%{_sudo} }%{?_remsh:%{_remsh} %{_remhost} }%{?_remsudo:%{_remsudo} }%{?_remchroot:%{_remchroot} %{_remroot} }%{___build_shell} %{___build_args}
%___build_pre \
RPM_SOURCE_DIR=\"%{u2p:%{_sourcedir}}\"\
RPM_BUILD_DIR=\"%{u2p:%{_builddir}}\"\
RPM_OPT_FLAGS=\"%{optflags}\"\
RPM_ARCH=\"%{_arch}\"\
RPM_OS=\"%{_os}\"\
RPM_BUILD_NCPUS=\"%{_smp_build_ncpus}\"\
export RPM_SOURCE_DIR RPM_BUILD_DIR RPM_OPT_FLAGS RPM_ARCH RPM_OS RPM_BUILD_NCPUS\
RPM_DOC_DIR=\"%{_docdir}\"\
export RPM_DOC_DIR\
RPM_PACKAGE_NAME=\"%{NAME}\"\
RPM_PACKAGE_VERSION=\"%{VERSION}\"\
RPM_PACKAGE_RELEASE=\"%{RELEASE}\"\
export RPM_PACKAGE_NAME RPM_PACKAGE_VERSION RPM_PACKAGE_RELEASE\
LANG=C\
export LANG\
unset CDPATH DISPLAY ||:\
%{?buildroot:RPM_BUILD_ROOT=\"%{u2p:%{buildroot}}\"\
export RPM_BUILD_ROOT}\
%{?_javaclasspath:CLASSPATH=\"%{_javaclasspath}\"\
export CLASSPATH}\
PKG_CONFIG_PATH=\"${PKG_CONFIG_PATH}:%{_libdir}/pkgconfig:%{_datadir}/pkgconfig\"\
export PKG_CONFIG_PATH\
\
%{verbose:set -x}\
umask 022\
cd \"%{u2p:%{_builddir}}\"\
#%___build_body %{nil}
%___build_post \
RPM_EC=$?\
for pid in $(jobs -p); do kill -9 ${pid} || continue; done\
exit ${RPM_EC}\
%{nil}
%___build_template #!%{___build_shell}\
%{___build_pre}\
%{nil}
#%{___build_body}\
#%{___build_post}\
#%{nil}
#==============================================================================
# ---- Scriptlet templates.
# Macro(s) that expand to a command and script that is executed.
#
%__spec_prep_shell %{___build_shell}
%__spec_prep_args %{___build_args}
%__spec_prep_cmd %{___build_cmd}
%__spec_prep_pre %{___build_pre}
%__spec_prep_body %{___build_body}
%__spec_prep_post %{___build_post}
%__spec_prep_template #!%{__spec_prep_shell}\
%{__spec_prep_pre}\
%{nil}
#%{__spec_prep_body}\
#%{__spec_prep_post}\
#%{nil}
%__spec_buildrequires_shell %{___build_shell}
%__spec_buildrequires_args %{___build_args}
%__spec_buildrequires_cmd %{___build_cmd}
%__spec_buildrequires_pre %{___build_pre}
%__spec_buildrequires_body %{___build_body}
%__spec_buildrequires_post %{___build_post}
%__spec_buildrequires_template #!%{__spec_buildrequires_shell}\
%{__spec_buildrequires_pre}\
%{nil}
#%{__spec_buildrequires_body}\
#%{__spec_buildrequires_post}\
#%{nil}
%__spec_build_shell %{___build_shell}
%__spec_build_args %{___build_args}
%__spec_build_cmd %{___build_cmd}
%__spec_build_pre %{___build_pre}
%__spec_build_body %{___build_body}
%__spec_build_post %{___build_post}
%__spec_build_template #!%{__spec_build_shell}\
%{__spec_build_pre}\
%{nil}
#%{__spec_build_body}\
#%{__spec_build_post}\
#%{nil}
%__spec_install_shell %{___build_shell}
%__spec_install_args %{___build_args}
%__spec_install_cmd %{___build_cmd}
%__spec_install_pre %{___build_pre}
%__spec_install_body %{___build_body}
%__spec_install_post\
%{?__debug_package:%{__debug_install_post}}\
%{__arch_install_post}\
%{__os_install_post}\
%{nil}
%__spec_install_template #!%{__spec_install_shell}\
%{__spec_install_pre}\
%{nil}
#%{__spec_install_body}\
#%{__spec_install_post}\
#%{nil}
%__spec_check_shell %{___build_shell}
%__spec_check_args %{___build_args}
%__spec_check_cmd %{___build_cmd}
%__spec_check_pre %{___build_pre}
%__spec_check_body %{___build_body}
%__spec_check_post %{___build_post}
%__spec_check_template #!%{__spec_check_shell}\
%{__spec_check_pre}\
%{nil}
#%{__spec_check_body}\
#%{__spec_check_post}\
#%{nil}
#%__spec_autodep_shell %{___build_shell}
#%__spec_autodep_args %{___build_args}
#%__spec_autodep_cmd %{___build_cmd}
#%__spec_autodep_pre %{___build_pre}
#%__spec_autodep_body %{___build_body}
#%__spec_autodep_post %{___build_post}
#%__spec_autodep_template #!%{__spec_autodep_shell}\
#%{__spec_autodep_pre}\
#%{nil}
#%{__spec_autodep_body}\
#%{__spec_autodep_post}\
#%{nil}
%__spec_clean_shell %{___build_shell}
%__spec_clean_args %{___build_args}
%__spec_clean_cmd %{___build_cmd}
%__spec_clean_pre %{___build_pre}
%__spec_clean_body %{___build_body}
%__spec_clean_post %{___build_post}
%__spec_clean_template #!%{__spec_clean_shell}\
%{__spec_clean_pre}\
%{nil}
#%{__spec_clean_body}\
#%{__spec_clean_post}\
#%{nil}
%__spec_rmbuild_shell %{___build_shell}
%__spec_rmbuild_args %{___build_args}
%__spec_rmbuild_cmd %{___build_cmd}
%__spec_rmbuild_pre %{___build_pre}
%__spec_rmbuild_body %{___build_body}
%__spec_rmbuild_post %{___build_post}
%__spec_rmbuild_template #!%{__spec_rmbuild_shell}\
%{__spec_rmbuild_pre}\
%{nil}
#%{__spec_rmbuild_body}\
#%{__spec_rmbuild_post}\
#%{nil}
# XXX We don't expand pre/post install scriptlets (yet).
#%__spec_pre_pre %{nil}
#%__spec_pre_post %{nil}
#%__spec_post_pre %{nil}
#%__spec_post_post %{nil}
#%__spec_preun_pre %{nil}
#%__spec_preun_post %{nil}
#%__spec_postun_pre %{nil}
#%__spec_postun_post %{nil}
#%__spec_triggerpostun_pre %{nil}
#%__spec_triggerpostun_post %{nil}
#%__spec_triggerun_pre %{nil}
#%__spec_triggerun_post %{nil}
#%__spec_triggerin_pre %{nil}
#%__spec_triggerin_post %{nil}
#==============================================================================
# ---- configure macros.
# Macro(s) slavishly copied from autoconf's config.status.
#
%_prefix @prefix@
%_exec_prefix %{_prefix}
%_bindir %{_exec_prefix}/bin
%_sbindir %{_exec_prefix}/sbin
%_libexecdir %{_exec_prefix}/libexec
%_datadir %{_prefix}/share
%_sysconfdir /etc
%_sharedstatedir %{_prefix}/com
%_localstatedir %{_prefix}/var
%_lib lib
%_libdir %{_exec_prefix}/%{_lib}
%_includedir %{_prefix}/include
%_infodir %{_datadir}/info
%_mandir %{_datadir}/man
#==============================================================================
# ---- config.guess platform macros.
# Macro(s) similar to the tokens used by configure.
#
%_build %{_host}
%_build_alias %{_host_alias}
%_build_cpu %{_host_cpu}
%_build_vendor %{_host_vendor}
%_build_os %{_host_os}
%_host @host@
%_host_alias @host_alias@%{nil}
%_host_cpu @host_cpu@
%_host_vendor @host_vendor@
%_host_os @host_os@
%_target %{_host}
%_target_alias %{_host_alias}
%_target_cpu %{_host_cpu}
%_target_vendor %{_host_vendor}
%_target_os %{_host_os}
#==============================================================================
# ---- compiler flags.
# C compiler flags. This is traditionally called CFLAGS in makefiles.
# Historically also available as %%{optflags}, and %%build sets the
# environment variable RPM_OPT_FLAGS to this value.
%build_cflags %{optflags}
# C++ compiler flags. This is traditionally called CXXFLAGS in makefiles.
%build_cxxflags %{optflags}
# Fortran compiler flags. Makefiles use both FFLAGS and FCFLAGS as
# the corresponding variable names.
%build_fflags %{optflags} %{?_fmoddir:-I%{_fmoddir}}
# Link editor flags. This is usually called LDFLAGS in makefiles.
#%build_ldflags -Wl,-z,relro
# Expands to shell code to seot the compiler/linker environment
# variables CFLAGS, CXXFLAGS, FFLAGS, FCFLAGS, LDFLAGS if they have
# not been set already.
%set_build_flags \
CFLAGS="${CFLAGS:-%{?build_cflags}}" ; export CFLAGS ; \
CXXFLAGS="${CXXFLAGS:-%{?build_cxxflags}}" ; export CXXFLAGS ; \
FFLAGS="${FFLAGS:-%{?build_fflags}}" ; export FFLAGS ; \
FCFLAGS="${FCFLAGS:-%{?build_fflags}}" ; export FCFLAGS ; \
LDFLAGS="${LDFLAGS:-%{?build_ldflags}}" ; export LDFLAGS
#==============================================================================
# ---- specfile macros.
# Macro(s) here can be used reliably for reproducible builds.
# (Note: Above is the goal, below are the macros under development)
#
# The configure macro runs autoconf configure script with platform specific
# directory structure (--prefix, --libdir etc) and compiler flags
# such as CFLAGS.
#
%_configure ./configure
%configure \
%{set_build_flags}; \
%{_configure} --host=%{_host} --build=%{_build} \\\
--program-prefix=%{?_program_prefix} \\\
--disable-dependency-tracking \\\
--prefix=%{_prefix} \\\
--exec-prefix=%{_exec_prefix} \\\
--bindir=%{_bindir} \\\
--sbindir=%{_sbindir} \\\
--sysconfdir=%{_sysconfdir} \\\
--datadir=%{_datadir} \\\
--includedir=%{_includedir} \\\
--libdir=%{_libdir} \\\
--libexecdir=%{_libexecdir} \\\
--localstatedir=%{_localstatedir} \\\
--sharedstatedir=%{_sharedstatedir} \\\
--mandir=%{_mandir} \\\
--infodir=%{_infodir}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Tested features of make
# Output synchronization for parallel make:
%_make_output_sync %(! %{__make} --version -O >/dev/null 2>&1 || echo -O)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Verbosity options passed to make
%_make_verbose V=1 VERBOSE=1
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The "make" analogue, hiding the _smp_mflags magic from specs
%make_build %{__make} %{_make_output_sync} %{?_smp_mflags} %{_make_verbose}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The make install analogue of %configure for modern autotools:
%make_install %{__make} install DESTDIR=%{?buildroot} INSTALL="%{__install} -p"
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Former make install analogue, kept for compatibility and for old/broken
# packages that don't support DESTDIR properly.
%makeinstall \
echo "warning: %%makeinstall is deprecated, try %%make_install instead" 1>&2\
%{__make} \\\
prefix=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_prefix} \\\
exec_prefix=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_exec_prefix} \\\
bindir=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_bindir} \\\
sbindir=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_sbindir} \\\
sysconfdir=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_sysconfdir} \\\
datadir=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_datadir} \\\
includedir=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_includedir} \\\
libdir=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_libdir} \\\
libexecdir=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_libexecdir} \\\
localstatedir=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_localstatedir} \\\
sharedstatedir=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_sharedstatedir} \\\
mandir=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_mandir} \\\
infodir=%{?buildroot:%{buildroot}}%{_infodir} \\\
install
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
%patches %{lua: for i, p in ipairs(patches) do print(p.." ") end}
%sources %{lua: for i, s in ipairs(sources) do print(s.." ") end}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for all Intel i?86 compatible processors
# (Note: This macro (and it's analogues) will probably be obsoleted when
# rpm can use regular expressions against target platforms in macro
# conditionals.
#
%ix86 i386 i486 i586 i686 pentium3 pentium4 athlon geode
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for all supported 32-bit ARM processors
%arm32 armv3l armv4b armv4l armv4tl armv5tl armv5tel armv5tejl armv6l armv6hl armv7l armv7hl armv7hnl armv8l armv8hl armv8hnl armv8hcnl
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for all supported 32-bit ARM processors (legacy, use %%arm32 instead)
%arm %{arm32}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for all supported 64-bit ARM processors
%arm64 aarch64
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for 32-bit MIPS processors
%mips32 mips mipsel mipsr6 mipsr6el
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for 64-bit MIPS processors
%mips64 mips64 mips64el mips64r6 mips64r6el
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for big endian MIPS processors
%mipseb mips mipsr6 mips64 mips64r6
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for little endian MIPS processors
%mipsel mipsel mipsr6el mips64el mips64r6el
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for all supported MIPS processors
%mips %{mips32} %{mips64}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for all supported Sparc processors
%sparc sparc sparcv8 sparcv9 sparcv9v sparc64 sparc64v
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for all supported Alpha processors
%alpha alpha alphaev56 alphaev6 alphaev67
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for all supported PowerPC 64 processors
%power64 ppc64 ppc64p7 ppc64le
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# arch macro for all supported RISC-V processors
%riscv32 riscv32
%riscv64 riscv64
%riscv128 riscv128
%riscv %{riscv32} %{riscv64} %{riscv128}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Use in %install to generate locale specific file lists. For example,
#
# %install
# ...
# %find_lang %{name}
# ...
# %files -f %{name}.lang
#
%find_lang %{_rpmconfigdir}/find-lang.sh %{buildroot}
# Commands + opts to use for retrieving remote files
# Proxy opts can be set through --httpproxy/--httpport popt aliases,
# for any special local needs use %__urlhelper_localopts in system-wide
# or per-user macro configuration.
%__urlhelpercmd @__CURL@
%__urlhelperopts --silent --show-error --fail --globoff --location -o
%__urlhelper_proxyopts %{?_httpproxy:--proxy %{_httpproxy}%{?_httpport::%{_httpport}}}%{!?_httpproxy:%{nil}}
%_urlhelper %{__urlhelpercmd} %{?__urlhelper_localopts} %{?__urlhelper_proxyopts} %{__urlhelperopts}
# Transaction plugin macros
%__plugindir %{_libdir}/rpm-plugins
%__transaction_systemd_inhibit %{__plugindir}/systemd_inhibit.so
%__transaction_selinux %{__plugindir}/selinux.so
%__transaction_syslog %{__plugindir}/syslog.so
%__transaction_ima %{__plugindir}/ima.so
%__transaction_fsverity %{__plugindir}/fsverity.so
%__transaction_prioreset %{__plugindir}/prioreset.so
%__transaction_audit %{__plugindir}/audit.so
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Macros for further automated spec %setup and patch application
# default to plain patch
%__scm patch
# meh, figure something saner
%__scm_username rpm-build
%__scm_usermail <rpm-build>
%__scm_author %{__scm_username} %{__scm_usermail}
# Plain patch (-m is unused)
%__scm_setup_patch(q) %{nil}
%__scm_apply_patch(qp:m:)\
%{__patch} %{-p:-p%{-p*}} %{-q:-s} --fuzz=%{_default_patch_fuzz} %{_default_patch_flags}
# Plain patch with backups for gendiff
%__scm_setup_gendiff(q) %{nil}
%__scm_apply_gendiff(qp:m:)\
%{__patch} %{-p:-p%{-p*}} %{-q:-s} --fuzz=%{_default_patch_fuzz} %{_default_patch_flags} -b --suffix ".%{2}"
# Mercurial (aka hg)
%__scm_setup_hg(q)\
%{__hg} init %{-q} .\
%{__hg} add %{-q} .\
%{__hg} commit %{-q} --user "%{__scm_author}" -m "%{NAME}-%{VERSION} base"
%__scm_apply_hg(qp:m:)\
%{__hg} import - %{-p:-p%{-p*}} %{-q} -m %{-m*} --user "%{__scm_author}"
# Git
%__scm_setup_git(q)\
%{__git} init %{-q}\
%{__git} config user.name "%{__scm_username}"\
%{__git} config user.email "%{__scm_usermail}"\
%{__git} config gc.auto 0\
%{__git} add --force .\
%{__git} commit %{-q} --allow-empty -a\\\
--author "%{__scm_author}" -m "%{NAME}-%{VERSION} base"
%__scm_apply_git(qp:m:)\
%{__git} apply --index --reject %{-p:-p%{-p*}} -\
%{__git} commit %{-q} -m %{-m*} --author "%{__scm_author}"
# Git, using "git am" (-m is unused)
%__scm_setup_git_am(q)\
%{expand:%__scm_setup_git %{-q}}
%__scm_apply_git_am(qp:m:)\
%{__git} am --reject %{-q} %{-p:-p%{-p*}}
# Quilt
%__scm_setup_quilt(q) %{nil}
%__scm_apply_quilt(qp:m:)\
%{__quilt} import %{-p:-p%{-p*}} %{1} && %{__quilt} push %{-q}
# Bzr
%__scm_setup_bzr(q)\
%{__bzr} init %{-q}\
%{__bzr} whoami --branch "%{__scm_author}"\
%{__bzr} add .\
%{__bzr} commit %{-q} -m "%{NAME}-%{VERSION} base"
# bzr doesn't seem to have its own command to apply patches?
%__scm_apply_bzr(qp:m:)\
%{__patch} %{-p:-p%{-p*}} %{-q:-s}\
%{__bzr} commit %{-q} -m %{-m*}
# Single patch application
%apply_patch(qp:m:)\
%{lua:\
local file = rpm.expand("%{1}")\
local num = rpm.expand("%{2}")\
if posix.access(file, "r") then\
local options = rpm.expand("%{-q} %{-p:-p%{-p*}} %{-m:-m%{-m*}}")\
local scm_apply = rpm.expand("%__scm_apply_%{__scm}")\
print(rpm.expand("%{uncompress:"..file.."} | "..scm_apply.." "..options.." "..file.." "..num.."\\n"))\
else\
print("echo 'Cannot read "..file.."'; exit 1;".."\\n")\
end}
# Automatically apply all patches
# Patches are applied in the order they are listed in the spec file
# not by their number!
# -m<min> Apply patches with number >= min only
# -M<max> Apply patches with number <= max only
%autopatch(vp:m:M:)\
%{lua:\
local options = rpm.expand("%{!-v:-q} %{-p:-p%{-p*}} ")\
local low_limit = tonumber(rpm.expand("%{-m:%{-m*}}"))\
local high_limit = tonumber(rpm.expand("%{-M:%{-M*}}"))\
for i, p in ipairs(patches) do\
local inum = patch_nums[i]\
if ((not low_limit or inum>=low_limit) and (not high_limit or inum<=high_limit)) \
then\
print(rpm.expand("%apply_patch -m %{basename:"..p.."} "..options..p.." "..i.."\\n")) \
end\
end}
# One macro to (optionally) do it all.
# -S<scm name> Sets the used patch application style, eg '-S git' enables
# usage of git repository and per-patch commits.
# -N Disable automatic patch application
# -p<num> Use -p<num> for patch application
%autosetup(a:b:cDn:TvNS:p:)\
%setup %{-a} %{-b} %{-c} %{-D} %{-n} %{-T} %{!-v:-q}\
%{-S:%global __scm %{-S*}}\
%{expand:%__scm_setup_%{__scm} %{!-v:-q}}\
%{!-N:%autopatch %{-v} %{-p:-p%{-p*}}}
# \endverbatim
#*/