rpmgrill-analyze-local man page
rpmgrill-analyze-local — run rpmgrill on locally-built RPMs
rpmgrill-analyze-local [--verbose] RPM-OR-LOGFILE [...]
rpmgrill-analyze-local --help | --version | --man
rpmgrill-analyze-local is a simple front end to rpmgrill, intended for quick-and-dirty use by developers on local builds.
Write rpmgrill results into DIR instead of the current directory. DIR must exist.
rpmgrill-analyze-local unpacks RPMs into a temporary working directory under
$TMPDIR. This is what rpmgrill works on. Use this option if you need to debug or just peek at internals.
Show progress messages.
Emit usage hints.
Display program version.
Display this man page.
$TMPDIR : rpmgrill-analyze-local will create a temporary subdirectory here, then unpack RPMs in the way rpmgrill expects.
rpmgrill-analyze-local copies rpmgrill's results into files named rpmgrill-N-V-R.TYPE in your current directory (or as specified with --results-dir option), where N-V-R is the name-version-release of your package and TYPE is one of
"yaml". All are equivalent; multiple forms are provided as a convenience for the end user.
You must provide, at the very least, a SRPM and a built RPM. It is nonsensical to invoke rpmgrill with just a SRPM or just a built RPM.
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