[maemo-developers] debhelper in Sardine

From: Jussi Hakala jussi.hakala at movial.fi
Date: Tue Aug 7 12:06:40 EEST 2007
For bora, if you have not used the revised installer script, you have to 
reinstall or create the target by hand.

For traditional bora environment, use [1] and for the experimental 
environment with etch tools, use [2]. You also have to install the 
explicit binaries and the virtual packages (if you want them) by hand.

You have to have debian devkit 1.0.8 and maemo3 devkit 1.0 installed for 



% sb-conf st maemo3-trad-arm -c cs2005q3.2-glibc-arm -d 
cputransp:perl:maemo3-debian:doctools -t 
% sb-conf in maemo3-trad-arm -c -d -e -F -G -S
% sb-conf rs maemo3-trad-arm 

% sb-conf st maemo3-expr-arm -c cs2005q3.2-glibc-arm -d 
cputransp:perl:debian-etch:doctools -t 
% sb-conf in maemo3-expr-arm -c -d -e -F -G -S
% sb-conf rs maemo3-expr-arm 

ext Terje Bergström wrote:
> On 8/1/07, *Eero Tamminen* <eero.tamminen at nokia.com 
> <mailto:eero.tamminen at nokia.com>> wrote:
>     Ubuntu people would actually want us to have newer debhelper so that
>     they can send us patches using it (newer version has some nice features
>     Ubuntu folks like to use).  AFAIK newer debhelper is being tested but
>     not yet part of the standard Scratchbox Debian devkit, maybe you know
>     something more about this?
> Hi,
> We have been doing a bunch of testing and fixing with the newer 
> debian-etch devkit which contains debhelper version 5, and it looks like 
> we're finally (much later than anticipated) able to take it into use in 
> Chinook SDK. If all goes well, we can take it into use after next week 
> internally. It will be the supported devkit when Chinook SDK goes out.
> The debian-etch devkit is already available in scratchbox.org 
> <http://scratchbox.org>'s debian devkit release, so unofficially 
> anbody's free to try it out with any SDK they like. :-)
> Best regards,
> Terje
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