Fri, 10 Aug 2001 01:49:08 -0700
> Yes, you could but that seems like a nuisance with no real gain.
> Again, you could just have the make-rpms build the place (..., .../BUILD, ...)
> make a .rpmmacros some where, build the rpms, extract them where you want them
> and then remove the place you built. It just seems like a pain to have to
> provide an argument.
So where does make-rpms store the rpms it makes? The best answer I have is that
it stores them in the current working directory in which it is called.