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ColinLeverger / update-images.sh
Created Dec 8, 2016
Update all Docker images
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docker images | grep -v REPOSITORY | awk '{print $1}' | xargs -L1 docker pull
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abn / rpm-build-workflow.md
Last active Aug 24, 2019
RPM build and hosting workflow using github, travis-ci and copr
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RPM Build Flow

This document details a simple RPM build flow pattern used to build and host RPM artifacts for open source projects. The below is a visual summary of this flow.

In order to achieve this multiple tools and services are used. The services and their purpose in the flow is as listed below.

Service Purpose
GitHub As is the most common use for GitHub, it holds the build source code. In this case we hold only the spec files and related source files. All other sources, including project binaries/sources are retrieved at build time.
@maglietti
maglietti / gistColaboration.md
Created Aug 21, 2015
How to collaborate on a gist
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To colaborate on a gist:

  1. Clone your gist repo locally
  2. Add your friend’s fork as a remote e.g. if your friend is named Cindy: git remote add-url cindy https://gist.github.com/cindy/df03bdacaef75a80f310
  3. Fetch your friend’s commits: git fetch cindy/master
  4. Merge your friend’s changes into your repo: git merge cindy/master
  5. Push the changes back to GitHub: git push origin/master
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