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[PATCH v1] tools: fix make rpmball

Commit 438c5ffa44e99cceb574c0f9946aacacdedd2952 ("rpmball: Adjust to
new rpm, do not require --force") attempted to handle stricter
directory permissions in newer distributions.

This introduced a few issues:
- /boot used to be a constant prior commit
  6475d700055fa952f7671cee982a23de2f5e4a7c ("use BOOT_DIR as xen.gz
  install location"), since this commit the location has to be
  referenced via ${BOOT_DIR}
- it assumed the prefix and the various configurable paths match the
  glob pattern /*/*/*

Adjust the code to build a filelist on demand and filter directories
from an installed filesystem.rpm. This works on a SUSE system, and
will likely work on a RedHat based system as well.

Take the opportunity to replace the usage of $RPM_BUILD_ROOT with
%buildroot, and use pushd/popd pairs.

Signed-off-by: Olaf Hering <olaf@xxxxxxxxx>
 tools/misc/mkrpm | 33 ++++++++++++++++++++++++---------
 1 file changed, 24 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)

diff --git a/tools/misc/mkrpm b/tools/misc/mkrpm
index 68819b2d73..b31054444d 100644
--- a/tools/misc/mkrpm
+++ b/tools/misc/mkrpm
@@ -50,20 +50,35 @@ uninstall.
-rm -rf \$RPM_BUILD_ROOT
-mkdir -p \$RPM_BUILD_ROOT
-cd %{_xenroot}
-dist/install.sh \$RPM_BUILD_ROOT/
+rm -rf %{buildroot}
+mkdir -p %{buildroot}
+pushd %{_xenroot}
+dist/install.sh %{buildroot}
+pushd %{buildroot}
+rm -f dist/filesystem.txt
+rm -f dist/directories.txt
+rm -f dist/files.txt
+find %{buildroot} -type d | sed 's|^%{buildroot}||' | sort > 
+find %{buildroot} -type f | sed 's|^%{buildroot}||' | sort > dist/files.txt
+find %{buildroot} -type l | sed 's|^%{buildroot}||' | sort >> dist/files.txt
+if rpm -ql filesystem > dist/filesystem.txt
+  while read
+  do
+    sed -i "s|^\${REPLY}$||" dist/directories.txt
+  done < dist/filesystem.txt
+sed 's@^@%%dir @' dist/directories.txt >> dist/files.txt
-rm -rf \$RPM_BUILD_ROOT
+rm -rf %{buildroot}
+%files -f %{_xenroot}/dist/files.txt



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