Utility scripts for building RPMs using mock.
mockit.sh - build RPM for target platform
Usage: mockit.sh TARGET SPEC SOURCES [ RPM [ RPM ... ] ]
mockit.sh creates the SRPM and RPM for the specified platform TARGET (must be one of the available /etc/mock/*.cfg files, or the path to a custom .cfg file), given a SPEC file and directory SOURCES containing the required source archives and patches etc.
If additional RPMs are specified on the command line then mockit.sh will put these into a temporary repository which is made available to the mock build environment. This provides a way of pulling in dependencies which aren't available through the standard yum repositories (most likely because you've built them yourself).
The generated SRPM and RPMs are put into $HOME/mock-rpms/TARGET
mock-rebuild.sh - rebuild RPM from SPRM
Usage: mock-rebuild.sh TARGET SRPM
mock-rebuild.sh generates the RPM for the specified platform TARGET (must be one of the available /etc/mock/*.cfg files) given an existing SRPM.
The generated RPMs are put into $HOME/mock-rpms/TARGET