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Create the initial Packit dist-git...

Synopsis

packit dist-git init [Options] [OTHER_ARGS]... [PATH_OR_URL]

Description

Create the initial Packit dist-git configuration for Fedora release syncing based on the input parameters.

This command adds `.packit.yaml` file to the dist-git repository either:

1. specified by path (defaults to current working directory)

2. specified by URL (`https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/<package>`) - clones the repository and adds the config in there. Ideally use this with --clone-path option, otherwise the repository is cloned to a temporary directory that is then removed.

By default, all 3 jobs (`pull_from_upstream`, `koji_build`, `bodhi_update`) for release syncing are configured. You can use --no-pull, --no-koji-build or --no-bodhi-update
options to not add some of the jobs (at the moment, Bodhi updates are created only for
Koji builds built by Packit, therefore --no-koji-build implies also no Bodhi update job).

You can either create the Packit config file only locally (default), or create a pull request (using --create-pr option) or push directly to the dist-git's default branch (--push-to-distgit).

See 'packit init', if you want to initialize a repository as an upstream repo.

Examples

Local generation for dist-git repo in current working directory:


   $ packit dist-git init --upstream-git-url https://github.com/packit/packit .

Local generation for dist-git repo specified by URL that will be cloned to `<my-package>` dir:


   $ packit dist-git init --upstream-git-url https://github.com/packit/packit --clone-path
   `<my-package>` https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/packit

Using arbitrary configuration options that are not provided as the command options (the working dir needs to be specified in this case):


   $ packit dist-git init --upstream-git-url https://github.com/packit/packit
   --my-option option-value .

Options

--upstream-git-url TEXT

URL to the upstream GIT repository

--upstream-git-url-command TEXT

Command to get the URL of the upstream git repository

--upstream-tag-template TEXT

Template applied for upstream tags if they differ from versions. E.g. 'v{version}'

--upstream-tag-include TEXT

Python regex used for filtering upstream tags to include.

--upstream-tag-exclude TEXT

Python regex used for filtering upstream tags to exclude.

--version-update-mask TEXT

Python regex used for comparison of the old and the new version.

--issue-repository TEXT

URL of a git repository that can be used for reporting errors in form of issues.

--no-pull

Do not include the pull from upstream job in the config

--no-koji-build

Do not include the Koji build job in the config

--allowed-committers TEXT

Comma separated list of allowed_committers used for Koji builds

--allowed-pr-authors TEXT

Comma separated list of allowed_pr_authors used for Koji builds

--no-bodhi-update

Do not include the Bodhi update job in the config

--actions-file FILE

Yaml file with 'actions' that should be used for the config

--dist-git-branches TEXT

Comma separated list of target branches in dist-git to release into. (defaults to rawhide)

-p, --push-to-distgit

Push the generated Packit config to the dist-git repository's rawhide

-c, --create-pr

Create a PR with generated Packit config

-f, --force

Reset config to default if already exists.

--clone-path TEXT

Path to clone the dist-git repo into (if path_or_url is URL). Otherwise clone the repo in a temporary directory.

--commit-msg TEXT

Commit message used when creating a PR (also for the title) or pushing to dist-git. Default: 'Add Packit configuration for automating release syncing'

Info

2024-07-09 0.98.0 packit dist-git init Manual