I setup a yum repo here:
that was today's nightly but with a scratch built
ruby193-rubygem-katello based off the latest in the cv-rework branch.
Did a quick smoke test that followed some of what we demoed today:
- custom product setup + repo + sync
- manifest import
- repo enable
- sync RH repos
- CV create with a few repos
- client register + env selection
- sub consumption
- content installation from CV
all worked well with the noted issues as stated here:
If anyone wants to use the yum repo for an installation feel free. Just
swap that out in your yum.repos.d configuration file.