relman application takes your source code, runs the build, and distributes the packages. A configuration file allows you to define application-wide defaults in addition to information particular to individual projects such as the source directory, package name, and the like.
Once set up, you just have to call relman with the name given to the project plus the version to release. It calls pkgmake to build .tar.gz, .deb, and .rpm files, and then distributes them using FTP and/or SCP all in one run.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Some problems with "tar only" projects have been fixed.
· New features include the distribution of PKGBUILD files (which then include the md5sum of the tar file as well) and the ability to use the variables $PRG and $version (the first two args passed to relman) in the configuration files.