On Oct 24, 2010, at 12:25 PM, Sriram Narayanan wrote:
> This is a newbie question. I'm facing an error about rpmmtree while
> trying to build rpm5, and I'll ask that question on the devel list.
> But as a newbie, I wanted to know what rpmmtree is for. I'm unable to
> find anything meaningful on the web.
Look for mtree(8), which is what is used on *BSD (but not linux oddly)
to verify file digests.
You don't need rpmmtree to use RPM: its included with RPM because
1) its a useful utility that linux has chosen to ignore
2) mtree uses fts(3) (which is used several places in RPM code)
and provides a simple standalone test framework.
73 de Jeff
> -- Sriram
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Received on Sun Oct 24 19:41:39 2010