Ideally, we would have official packages for all distros, listed at https://github.com/syncthing/syncthing/wiki/Community-Contributions and all interested would converge to make these as great as possible.
Here is a review request:
Feedback & testing much appreciated.
Related links below
For Fedora, there is https://github.com/thunderbirdtr/syncthing_rpm/commits/master
But “Last update: Sep 20, 2014”
And also: https://copr.fedoraproject.org/coprs/wormsik/syncthing/
CentOS 6: centos6 x86_64 rpm
"I hope someone smarter than me, and with more time on their hands, can create a nice build environment and can do a better job."
I look at the latest spec file, and it looks sane enough to me (although I don’t run RedHat and it’s the first time I’ve looked at a spec file). However I wouldn’t bundle the
stevents binaries, they are not something a general user would use I think. Well, maybe
stevents but surely not
Could / should we be collaborating on files such as this somewhere like https://github.com/syncthing/xyz
If so, what is best place?
One more repo:
Designed for CentOS 6 or 7 / ClearOS 6 or 7. Will likely work on Fedora
1- Follow instructions here: https://okay.com.mx/en/linux/rpm-repositories-for-centos-6-and-7.html
2- yum install syncthing
According to RedHat (Fedora, CENTOS, …) guidelines, the SRPM must build everything from source.
If this doens’t sound too late for this thread I’ve created a .spec from the source tarball for version 0.14.23
You can get it on github
I adapted from mlazarov (listed in the public contributions) and the bugzilla report from this topic.
Any review appreciated, I know there’s still some work to be done to comply to Fedora .spec requirements.
I assume you mean some other version as there is no 0.18.1. Otherwise carry on, I guess.
Oh, my bad I was looking at some other piece of software at the same time and mixed the version numbers, I will edit