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It's hard to add Linux package support #643

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ark3 opened this Issue May 16, 2018 · 1 comment

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ark3 commented May 16, 2018

... because we rely on fpm-within-docker images for each OS and version we support.

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  • Implement #641 and #642
  • Build a container image that has fpm, rpm, and dpkg
  • In this container, build a package for every combination of supported package format (rpm and deb) and Python version (3.5 and 3.6) using the executables from #642 with package versions based on #641
  • Push these four packages to every OS we support (2 Fedoras and 3 Ubuntus)
  • Push these packages for other rpm/deb operating systems that offer the dependencies with the same package names (e.g., Mint, Debian)
  • Use the new machinery to build packages for other operating systems where dependencies have different package names (e.g., CentOS)
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ark3 commented May 23, 2018

Note: Fedora 28 is now available.

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