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OpenDarwin 7.2.1 - man page for rpmbuild (opendarwin section 8)

RPMBUILD(8)				  Red Hat Linux 			      RPMBUILD(8)

       rpmbuild - Build RPM Package(s)

       rpmbuild {-ba|-bb|-bp|-bc|-bi|-bl|-bs} [rpmbuild-options] SPECFILE ...

       rpmbuild {-ta|-tb|-tp|-tc|-ti|-tl|-ts} [rpmbuild-options] TARBALL ...

       rpmbuild {--rebuild|--recompile} SOURCEPKG ...

       rpmbuild {--showrc}

       [--buildroot  DIRECTORY]  [--clean]  [--nobuild] [--rmsource] [--rmspec] [--short-circuit]
       [--sign] [--target PLATFORM]

       rpmbuild is used to build both binary and source software packages.  A package consists of
       an  archive  of files and meta-data used to install and erase the archive files. The meta-
       data includes helper scripts, file attributes, and descriptive information about the pack-
       age.   Packages come in two varieties: binary packages, used to encapsulate software to be
       installed, and source packages, containing the source code and recipe necessary to produce
       binary packages.

       One  of the following basic modes must be selected: Build Package, Build Package from Tar-
       ball, Recompile Package, Show Configuration.

       These options can be used in all the different modes.

       -?, --help
	      Print a longer usage message then normal.

	      Print a single line containing the version number of rpm being used.

	      Print as little as possible - normally only error messages will be displayed.

       -v     Print verbose information - normally routine progress messages will be displayed.

       -vv    Print lots of ugly debugging information.

       --rcfile FILELIST
	      Each of the files in the colon separated FILELIST is read sequentially by  rpm  for
	      configuration  information.  Only the first file in the list must exist, and tildes
	      will  be	expanded  to   the   value   of   $HOME.    The   default   FILELIST   is

       --pipe CMD
	      Pipes the output of rpm to the command CMD.

       --dbpath DIRECTORY
	      Use the database in DIRECTORY rathen than the default path /var/lib/rpm

       --root DIRECTORY
	      Use  the	system	rooted at DIRECTORY for all operations.  Note that this means the
	      database will be read or modified under DIRECTORY and any  %pre  or  %post  script-
	      let(s) are run after a chroot(2) to DIRECTORY.

       The general form of an rpm build command is

       rpmbuild {-bSTAGE|-tSTAGE} [rpmbuild-options] FILE ...

       The  argument  used is -b if a spec file is being used to build the package and -t if rpm-
       build should look inside of a (possibly compressed) tar file for the  spec  file  to  use.
       After  the first argument, the next character (STAGE) specifies the stages of building and
       packaging to be done and is one of:

       -ba    Build binary and source packages (after  doing  the  %prep,  %build,  and  %install

       -bb    Build a binary package (after doing the %prep, %build, and %install stages).

       -bp    Executes the "%prep" stage from the spec file. Normally this involves unpacking the
	      sources and applying any patches.

       -bc    Do the "%build" stage from the spec file (after doing the %prep stage).  This  gen-
	      erally involves the equivalent of a "make".

       -bi    Do  the  "%install"  stage  from	the  spec  file (after doing the %prep and %build
	      stages).	This generally involves the equivalent of a "make install".

       -bl    Do a "list check".  The "%files" section from the spec file is macro expanded,  and
	      checks are made to verify that each file exists.

       -bs    Build just the source package.

       The following options may also be used:

       --buildroot DIRECTORY
	      When building a package, override the BuildRoot tag with directory DIRECTORY.

	      Remove the build tree after the packages are made.

	      Do not execute any build stages. Useful for testing out spec files.

	      Remove  the  sources  after  the build (may also be used standalone, e.g. "rpmbuild
	      --rmsource foo.spec").

	      Remove the spec file after the build (may also be used  standalone,  eg.	"rpmbuild
	      --rmspec foo.spec").

	      Skip straight to specified stage (i.e., skip all stages leading up to the specified
	      stage).  Only valid with -bc and -bi.

       --sign Embed a GPG signature in the package. This signature can	be  used  to  verify  the
	      integrity  and  the  origin  of the package.  See the section on GPG SIGNATURES for
	      configuration details.

       --target PLATFORM
	      When building the package, interpret PLATFORM as arch-vendor-os and set the  macros
	      %_target, %_target_arch, and %_target_os accordingly.

       There are two other ways to invoke building with rpm:

       rpmbuild {--rebuild|--recompile} SOURCEPKG ...

       When  invoked  this way, rpmbuild installs the named source package, and does a prep, com-
       pile and install.  In addition, --rebuild builds a new binary package. When the build  has
       completed,  the	build  directory  is removed (as in --clean) and the the sources and spec
       file for the package are removed.

       The command

       rpmbuild --showrc

       shows the values rpmbuild will use for all of the options are currently set in  rpmrc  and
       macros configuration file(s).




















	http://www.rpm.org/ <URL:http://www.rpm.org/>

       Marc Ewing <marc@redhat.com>

       Jeff Johnson <jbj@redhat.com>

       Erik Troan <ewt@redhat.com>

Red Hat, Inc.				   06 June 2001 			      RPMBUILD(8)

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