Eclipse Plug-in for RPM development

The Eclipse Specfile Editor Plug-in for RPM development

Main features:

To help developers manage .spec files (Eclipse GUI features in editing .spec files)

including outline/quick outline view in the editor,

auto-completion, highlighting, file hyper-links, and folding.

Generating, validating specfile, generating RPM.

Import SRC

.RPM to eclipse project.

The Specfile Editor Plug-in also integrates the rpmlint tool into the Eclipse interface.

Note: rpmlint is a command-line tool that helps developers detect common RPM package errors.

RPM plugin also supports the ability to create your own repository using the createrepo command.

Note:

Need rpmlint and createrepo packages installed in your linux machine.

How to install:

In the Eclipse IDE, using the Software Updates and Add-ons menu.

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How to install opera 47 in CentOS 7

Opera 47 with CentOS 7

  1. Download the RPM from the URL:
    http://www.opera.com/download/get/?partner=www&opsys=Linux&package=RPM
  2. yum localinstall opera-stable_47.0.2631.80_amd64.rpm (change the rpm file name if necessary)

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