[Mono-dev] Updated CentOS/RHEL packages?
pablo.ruiz at gmail.com
Sat Jan 22 10:43:25 EST 2011
Up until 2.6 series I used to rebuild from source rpms offered by novel for
suse/opensuse, but at some point it started to be a bit cumberstone and
required too much tweakening of some the spec files.
Right now I just use fedora's mono source rpms with upgraded mono versions
and some minor fixes where aplicable.. (ie. when some dependency does match
or is still not available for centos/el). For the core rpm's it's nearly
painless.. just rpmbuild -ba package.spec and go fly.. ;)
However I'm just in the same situation as yours (for each new mono version
I'm in the need of new packages) so if you feel we can colaborate or share
resources I'll be glad ;)
On Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 3:36 PM, Arne Claassen <arnec at mindtouch.com> wrote:
> Pablo, thanks for the offer. I will check your rpm's out. Do you have a
> recipe for how you built them as well? I'd really like to pick up the skill
> since with every new version of mono, I seem to be back in the same
> situation of having to find a working repo.
> Arne Claassen
> San Diego, CA
> On Jan 21, 2011, at 7:45 PM, Pablo Ruiz wrote:
> I have my own repo of mono which contains core packages of 2.8.1, 2.8.2 for
> CentOS 5.x. They are not novell offial packages, but this are the one I use
> on my own projects and i'll be glad if they are usefull to anyone else.. ;)
> Binary & source rpms are available at my yum repo:
> On Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 2:19 AM, Brad Cunningham <brad at bradcunningham.net>wrote:
>> We are using 2.8 on CentOS as well and would love to have a RPM
>> install version of 2.8 / 2.10
>> On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 8:41 AM, Arne Claassen <arnec at mindtouch.com>wrote:
>>> If someone can point me at the right resources on how you would go
>>> about building rpm's, I'd gladly take on the task. I just don't know
>>> where to begin and building from source on each new machine is getting
>>> Arne Claassen
>>> San Diego, CA
>>> On Jan 12, 2011, at 7:33 AM, chadwackerman wrote:
>>> > What are the plans for ongoing CentOS/RHEL releases?
>>> > Adding the repository for 2.6.x/stable was great (and greatly
>>> > appreciated)
>>> > but are there plans for the 2.8/2.10 releases?
>>> > There are a half-dozen half-broken tutorials for building 2.8.x on
>>> > CentOS/RHEL/Amazon's AMI at the moment so clearly there's demand.
>>> > Regardless -- thanks for the great work, guys. Mono and PostgreSQL
>>> > are the
>>> > shining stars of well-managed open source projects from my
>>> > perspective.
>>> > --
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