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info:fpm [2013-08-09 18:33]
sam
info:fpm [2015-08-06 20:17]
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 ====== Using for Python Packaging ====== ====== Using for Python Packaging ======
 I starting packaging Python applications with something similar to the process described here: I starting packaging Python applications with something similar to the process described here:
-http://​hynek.me/​articles/​python-app-deployment-with-native-packages/​+http://​hynek.me/​articles/​python-app-deployment-with-native-packages/​. The author has been updating the article; history can be found on GitHub ((https://​github.com/​hynek/​homepage/​commits/​master/​_posts/​2012-05-03-python-app-deployment-with-native-packages.md)).
  
 ====== Using on RHEL5 ====== ====== Using on RHEL5 ======
 I've built FPM for RHEL5 and packaged it into an RPM (using itself). This required building a new version of Ruby, which is installed in ''/​opt/​fpm'';​ then ''​gem''​ is used to install ''​fpm''​ and its dependencies. I've built FPM for RHEL5 and packaged it into an RPM (using itself). This required building a new version of Ruby, which is installed in ''/​opt/​fpm'';​ then ''​gem''​ is used to install ''​fpm''​ and its dependencies.
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 +====== Usage Notes ======
 +===== Directories =====
 +Use the ''​--directories''​ option to specify what directories should be owned by the package. Otherwise, it will only own the files.
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info/fpm.txt · Last modified: 2015-08-06 20:17 by sam