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RPMDEV-NEWSPEC(1)			  User Commands 			RPMDEV-NEWSPEC(1)

       rpmdev-newspec - manual page for rpmdev-newspec version 2.2

       rpmdev-newspec [option]... [appname[.spec]]

       rpmdev-newspec generates new rpm .spec files from templates.

       -o FILE, --output FILE

	      Output  the  specfile  to FILE. "-" means stdout. The default is derived from <app-
	      name>, or "newpackage.spec" if <appname> is not given.

       -t TYPE, --type TYPE

	      Force use of the TYPE spec template. The default is guessed from <appname>, falling
	      back  to	"minimal"  if  the guesswork does not result in a more specific one or if
	      <appname> is not given.

       -m, --macros
	      Emit templates using macros instead of shell style variables.  Configuration  vari-
	      able: NEWSPEC_PREFER_MACROS, default is off.

       -r VERSION, --rpm-version VERSION

	      Filter out some spec file constructs not needed by the specified rpm(build) version
	      and newer ones. Configuration variable: NEWSPEC_MIN_RPMVER, default is  system  rpm

       -h, --help
	      Show this usage message and exit.

       -v, --version
	      Print version information and exit.


	      Directory for specfile templates.


	      System wide configuration.

       Report bugs at <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/>, component rpmdevtools, or at <https://fedo-

       Copyright (C) Warren Togami <warren@togami.com>, Ville Skytta  <ville.skytta@iki.fi>  This
       program	is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the
       GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version	2
       of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

rpmdev-newspec version 2.2		    June 2014				RPMDEV-NEWSPEC(1)
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