Right now the nightly RPMs for Origin are being built using Vagrant. So, even if you don't want to use Vagrant, you can look there to see how it is being done. Specifically, have a look at the Rakefile that Vagrant places on the build VM:
It is iterating through the sources, using the Ruby RPM gem to build each according to the spec file.
Regarding the documentation: I need any help that I can get keeping the docs up to date. Once v4 is officially cut I will be turning my focus to some pretty exciting changes to our doc system, but that won't magically simplify the task of keeping the docs current. So, if you see a problem with the docs, I encourage you to submit a pull request against the source. All of the doc sources live at:
Never-mind... that doesn't work either. "./build/devenv" doesn't exist anymore.
It's a broken link on that URL that I sent you below. No idea how to roll RPMs at this point.
If anyone has and idea, please speak up. My team and I have been talking for months about setting up a build server to no avail. Is every one just consuming whats on the repos? If that's the answer cool -- just wondering (because in our case, we are making slight changes as needed AND it would be awesome to just roll them into an RPM for our purposes - instead of doing post install patching every time).
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