File sle-we-SP1-migration.spec of Package 000release-packages

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Name:           sle-we-SP1-migration
Summary:        sle-we Service Pack 1 Migration Product
Version:        15
Release:        0
License:        BSD-3-Clause
Group:          System/Fhs
Provides:       product()
Provides:       product(sle-we-SP1-migration) = %{version}-%{release}
Requires:       product(sle-we) = 15
AutoReqProv:    on
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build

%description
Product to migrate to sle-we Service Pack 1.



%prep

%build


%install
mkdir -p $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/etc/products.d
cat >$RPM_BUILD_ROOT/etc/products.d/sle-we-SP1-migration.prod << EOF
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<product schemeversion="0">
  <vendor>SUSE</vendor>
  <name>sle-we-SP1-migration</name>
  <version>15</version>
  <baseversion>15</baseversion>
  <patchlevel>0</patchlevel>
  <release>0</release>
  <endoflife></endoflife>
  <arch>%{_target_cpu}</arch>
  <cpeid>cpe:/o:suse:sle-we-sp1-migration:15</cpeid>
  <productline>sle-we</productline>
  <register>
      <target>sle-15-x86_64</target>
    <flavor>extension</flavor>
  </register>
  <repositories>
%ifarch x86_64
      <repository type="update" repoid="obsrepository://build.suse.de/SUSE:Updates:SLE-Product-WE:15:x86_64/update" />
%endif
%ifarch x86_64
      <repository type="update" repoid="obsrepository://build.suse.de/SUSE:Updates:SLE-Product-WE:15:x86_64/update_debug" />
%endif
%ifarch x86_64
      <repository type="pool" repoid="obsrepository://build.suse.de/SUSE:Products:SLE-Product-WE:15:x86_64/images" />
%endif
%ifarch x86_64
      <repository type="pool" repoid="obsrepository://build.suse.de/SUSE:Products:SLE-Product-WE:15:x86_64/images" />
%endif
%ifarch x86_64
      <repository type="pool" repoid="obsrepository://build.suse.de/SUSE:Products:SLE-Product-WE:15:x86_64/images" />
%endif
  </repositories>
  <summary>sle-we Service Pack 1 Migration Product</summary>
  <shortsummary>sle-we Service Pack 1 Migration Product</shortsummary>
  <description>SUSE Linux Enterprise Workstation Extension adds additional functionality
	to a base SUSE Linux Enterprise installation. The Workstation Extension
	offers additional desktop applications (office suite, email client,
	graphical editor, multimedia tools) and libraries.

	Workstation Extension is enabled and installed by default on SUSE Linux 
	Enterprise Desktop installation.

	Adding the Workstation Extension to a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
	installation allows to seamlessly combine both products to create
       	a full featured server workstation.</description>
  <urls>
    <url name="bugtracker">https://bugzilla.suse.com/</url>
    <url name="releasenotes">https://www.suse.com/releasenotes/%{_target_cpu}/SLE-SLED/15/release-notes-sled.rpm</url>
  </urls>
  <buildconfig>
    <producttheme>SLED</producttheme>
  </buildconfig>
  <installconfig>
    <defaultlang>en_US</defaultlang>
    <releasepackage name="%{name}" flag="EQ" version="%{version}" release="%{release}"/>
    <distribution>SUSE_SLE</distribution>
  </installconfig>
  <runtimeconfig/>
  <productdependency relationship="requires" name="SUSE_SLE" baseversion="15" patchlevel="0" flag="EQ"/>
</product>

EOF


%clean
rm -rf %buildroot

%files
%defattr(644,root,root,755)
%dir /etc/products.d
/etc/products.d/*.prod

%changelog
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