openSUSE:Build Service comparison

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De Build Service is niet het enige systeem voor het bouwen van pakketten, laten we een beetje beter naar die andere systemen kijken.

De kracht van OBS

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  • Building for multiple distributions
  • Automatic rebuilding on dependency change
  • Open System ā€“ nice integration with IDEs, Forges and tools
  • Collaboration features which makes working within -devel projects and the main distro far easier. This significantly lowers the barriers for participating in openSUSE.
  • Automatic dispatch to world wide mirrors. For upstream projects this is a very nice feature to enable them to provide fast local mirrors for our users.
  • User friendliness. Using OBS one can start as a novice packager using just the web interface and progress to more advanced features using OSC.
  • Automated quality control within the build system: rpmlint and post-build checks.
  • Setup on a new system for a private OBS is now quite easy to accomplish for a reasonably competent Linux user.

Other systems

Note that the list below is not complete.

Project Builder

Project Builder is a tool for multi platform continuous packaging, it seems to target single projects.

Fedora Koji

Fedora Koji is the build system that Fedora uses to build their distribution.

Ubuntu Launchpad

Launchpad is not only a package building platform but a complete code hosting platform together with mailing lists and bug tracker.

Mandriva Build System

The Mandriva Build System is used to build the Mandriva distribution.


Name Public instance Easy local install Connection of instances Build for own distribution Build for other distributions Build packages not in distribution Collaboration on packages Package formats
Fedora Koji yes no no yes no no yes rpm
Launchpad yes no no yes no yes yes deb
Mandriva Build System yes no no yes no no yes rpm
Project Builder no yes no no yes yes not sure deb,rpm,ebuild,pkg
openSUSE Build Service yes yes yes yes yes yes yes deb, rpm

See also

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