rpmgrill-analyze-local man page

rpmgrill-analyze-local — run rpmgrill on locally-built RPMs

Synopsis

rpmgrill-analyze-local [--verbose] RPM-OR-LOGFILE [...]

rpmgrill-analyze-local --help | --version | --man

Description

rpmgrill-analyze-local is a simple front end to rpmgrill, intended for quick-and-dirty use by developers on local builds.

Options

--results-dir=DIR
Write rpmgrill results into DIR instead of the current directory. DIR must exist.
--keep-tmpdir
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.
--verbose
Show progress messages.
--help
Emit usage hints.
--version
Display program version.
--man
Display this man page.

Diagnostics

FIXME

Environment

$TMPDIR : rpmgrill-analyze-local will create a temporary subdirectory here, then unpack RPMs in the way rpmgrill expects.

Files

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 "json", "xml", or "yaml". All are equivalent; multiple forms are provided as a convenience for the end user.

Restrictions

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.

See Also

rpmgrill

Author

Ed Santiago <santiago@redhat.com>

Info

2016-08-23 perl v5.24.0 User Contributed Perl Documentation