Mock is a tool for a reproducible build of RPM packages.
A 'simple' chroot build environment manager for building RPMs.
Mock is used by the Fedora Build system to populate a chroot environment, which is then used in building a source-RPM (SRPM). It can be used for long-term management of a chroot environment, but generally a chroot is populated (using DNF), an SRPM is built in the chroot to generate binary RPMs, and the chroot is then discarded.
This is an area for developers. You may be looking for user documentation.
Mock source tarballs: https://github.com/rpm-software-management/mock/releases
Mock currently has one active branch plus master.
mock-1.0- This branch was used for EL-5 and there will be no changes.
mock-1.3- This branch is in security-fixes-only mode and is used for EL-6.
mock-1.4- This branch is in bug-fixes-only mode.
master- This is currently mock 2.x and is used for releasing and development. If you want to send patches, you probably want this branch.
git clone https://github.com/rpm-software-management/mock.git cd mock cd mock-core-configs tito build --rpm cd ../mock tito build --rpm
The latest release for all supported platforms can be found in this Copr repository.
Package from the latest commit in the master branch can be obtained from https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/g/mock/mock/