Release Notes: A new option (Install) has been added, to allow installing the built rpm package.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release for 2.10. The install test was inverted (applied to RPM files instead of installed packages).
Release Notes: This release adds the tag DISTTAG (feature request 2) and tags PRETRANS and POSTRANS. The code will not test installation if it works on an rpm file.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with rpm 4.10 (Fedora 18): "error: incorrect format: invalid field width".
Release Notes: This is a small feature release. Rpmrebuild can now handle the optional RPM tags SUGGESTS and ENHANCES. Two new options are available to choose the POSIX capabilities source, cap-from-fs and cap-from-db. The rpm package can be built from tar.gz using the rpmbuild -tb command.
Release Notes: This is a big feature release. The POSIX capability is added. RPM version 5 is supported. A new plugin is added to solve the problems with prelink. A new environment variable, RPMREBUILD_OPTS, can be used to pass arguments to the program. Building for a different architecture is now supported (building a 32-bit package on a 64-bit platform, for example).
Release Notes: This release fixes a blocking bug that occurred when working on source packages or on ghost files.
Release Notes: Support for broken symlinks was added. Support was added for obsolete versions and flags to fix problems on Fedora 14. Rpmrebuild can work with rpm 3 again, but an rpm package is not provided for rpm version 3.
Release Notes: Two new options were added: --list-plugin, forlisting all installed plugins, and --md5-compat-digest, for building RPMs compatible with RPM 4.4.x.
Release Notes: Previous releases of rpmrebuild are broken with rpm version 4.6 or later (such as the version included in Fedora 10). This release is designed to fix this problem, and can work with all rpm 4.x versions. rpm 3.x versions are not supported any more.