Copr is an easy-to-use automatic build system providing a package repository as its output.
Start with making your own repository in these three steps:
For more information please visit Copr wiki
Nightly build of Code::Blocks an open-source, cross-platform Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
Copr repo for verified Mono 3 Fedora packages. It uses https://copr.fedoraproject.org/coprs/elsupergomez/mono/.
Spyder updated to version 2.3
fc.21.i386, fc.21.x86_64, fc.20.i386, fc.20.x86_64, rawhide.i386, rawhide.x86_64
Description not filled in by author. Very likely personal repository for testing purpose, which you should not use.
Latest version of GNU Binutils, GCC, GLIBC which support cross-compiling for GNU/Linux running on 32-bit ARM CPU. Binaries built by this toolchain should be able to run on Fedora ARM.
Specs used to build packages in this repository are largely based on scripts provided by crosstool-NG. All packages are built directly from upstream tarballs without patches.
fc.21.i386, fc.21.x86_64, el7.x86_64, fc.20.i386, fc.20.x86_64, rawhide.i386, rawhide.x86_64, fc.19.i386, fc.19.x86_64
Meta build system for Ninja, based on C++11 and boost
fc.21.i386, fc.21.x86_64, fc.20.i386, fc.20.x86_64, rawhide.i386, rawhide.x86_64, fc.19.i386, fc.19.x86_64
Git snapshots of ironic-discoverd. Report bugs to Launchpad.
Regular builds of the nfs-ganesha "next" branch. These packages are provided for testing only, use the packages included in your Fedora/EL distribution for production deployments.
fc.21.x86_64, el7.x86_64, el6.x86_64
rmlint finds space waste and other broken things on your filesystem and offers to remove it. It is able to find:
This packages are built from the master branch of rmlint, which contains the stable versions.
el7.x86_64, el5.x86_64, el5.i386, el6.x86_64, el6.i386, fc.21.i386, fc.21.x86_64, fc.20.i386, fc.20.x86_64, rawhide.i386, rawhide.x86_64, fc.19.i386, fc.19.x86_64