FreeFileSync 10.9 on CentOS 7

Now, you can go install FreeFileSync 10.9 on CentOS 7 from an rpm built on CentOS 7! The upstream release follows some newer versions of libs (clearly compiled on a different platform than CentOS or even Fedora), and I have now compiled those versions based on the work of a genius fellow over at city-fan.

To get FreeFileSync on CentOS 7, you need to load up two of my coprs as seen in the following table.

COPR name repo file
bgstack15/stackrpms bgstack15-stackrpms-epel-7.repo
bgstack15/FreeFileSync bgstack15-FreeFileSync-epel-7.repo

The application depends on some newer libs, which are all available in a second copr.

======================================================================================
 Package                   Arch   Version                Repository              Size
======================================================================================
Installing:
 freefilesync              x86_64 10.9-2.el7             bgstack15-stackrpms    3.2 M
Installing for dependencies:
 libpsl                    x86_64 0.7.0-1.el7            bgstack15-FreeFileSync  45 k
 openssl-freefilesync-libs x86_64 1:1.1.0h-3.stack.el7   bgstack15-FreeFileSync 1.2 M
Updating for dependencies:
 curl                      x86_64 7.64.0-2.0.cf.rhel7    bgstack15-FreeFileSync 557 k
 libcurl                   x86_64 7.64.0-2.0.cf.rhel7    bgstack15-FreeFileSync 502 k
 libssh2                   x86_64 1.8.0-10.0.stack.rhel7 bgstack15-FreeFileSync 103 k

Transaction Summary
======================================================================================
Install  1 Package  (+2 Dependent packages)
Upgrade             ( 3 Dependent packages)

Total download size: 5.6 M
Is this ok [y/d/N]: 

The artifacts used to produce this build are in my gitlab.

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