[maemo-developers] maemo-optify, autobuilder & /opt

From: Ed Bartosh bartosh at gmail.com
Date: Wed Nov 4 19:56:16 EET 2009
2009/11/4 Marius Vollmer <marius.vollmer at nokia.com>:
> ext Ed Bartosh <bartosh at gmail.com> writes:
>> 2009/11/3 Marius Vollmer <marius.vollmer at nokia.com>:
>>> Luckily, with apt-get upgrade being run during build, we don't need
>>> to change dpkg-checkbuilddeps and we can just update build-essential.
>>> (Unless I am missing something. Do I?)
>> rootstrap is used as a build-essentials by sbdmock. The initial idea
>> was to put maemo-optify in there, but now we're trying to avoid that.
> Hmm, the rootstrap contains the "build-essential" package.  If we put a
> newer version of the build-essential package into extras-devel, then
> that newer version will be installed by 'apt-get upgrade'.
> If apt-get upgrade does indeed run during a build.  I no longer think it
> actually does.  Checking the build log of maemo-optify certainly shows
> no signs of running apt-get upgrade.
I'm sorry. This is my faul. I thought you're asking about 'apt-get
update'. sbdmock doesn't run 'apt-get upgrade', it just unpacks
rootstrap and installs build deps.

>    https://garage.maemo.org/builder/fremantle/maemo-optify_0.1/i386.root.log.OK.txt
>>>>> Hmm, so is "apt-get upgrade" being executed at one point before calling
>>>>> dpkg-buildpackage?
>>>> Yes it is.
>>> Cool, then that's our ticket to get maemo-optify into the build
>>> environment, I would say.
>> The only problem left is were to put 'apt-get install' :)
> Which apt-get install?  We just add a dependency on maemo-optify to
> build-essential and apt-get upgrade does the rest.  No?
Sorry, but no.

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