packit-prepare-sources - Man Page

Prepare sources for a new SRPM build using...


packit prepare-sources [Options] [PATH_OR_URL]


   Prepare sources for a new SRPM build using content of the upstream repository.
   Determine version, create an archive or download upstream and create patches for sourcegit,
   fix/update the specfile to use the right archive, download the remote sources.
   Behaviour can be customized by specifying actions (post-upstream-clone, get-current-version,
   create-archive, create-patches, fix-spec-file) in the configuration.

   PATH_OR_URL argument is a local path or a URL to the upstream git repository,
   it defaults to the current working directory


--result-dir DIR

Copy the sources into DIR. By default, `prepare_sources_result` directory in the current working directory is created.

--upstream-ref TEXT

Git ref of the last upstream commit in the current branch from which packit should generate patches (this option implies the repository is source-git).

--merged-ref TEXT

Git ref used to identify correct most recent tag.

--update-release / --no-update-release

Specifies whether to update Release. Defaults to value set in configuration, which defaults to yes.

--bump / --no-bump

Deprecated. Use --[no-]update-release instead.

--release-suffix TEXT

Specifies release suffix. Allows to override default generated:{current_time}.{sanitized_current_branch}{git_desc_suffix}


Allows to use default, packit-generated, release suffix when some release_suffix is specified in the configuration.

--job-config-index INTEGER

Internal option to override package config found in the repository with job config with given index (needed for packit service).

--ref TEXT

Git reference to checkout.

--pr-id TEXT

Specifies PR to checkout.

--merge-pr / --no-merge-pr

Specifies whether to merge PR into the base branch in case pr-id is specified.

--target-branch TEXT

Specifies target branch which PR should be merged into.

--create-symlinks / --no-create-symlinks

Specifies whether Packit should create symlinks or copy the files (e.g. archive outside specfile dir).

-p, --package TEXT

Package to prepare, if more than one available, like in a monorepo configuration. Use it multiple times to select multiple packages.Defaults to all the packages listed inside the config.

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2024-02-19 0.92.0 packit prepare-sources Manual