[maemo-developers] Squeeze devkit to be installed to autobuilder

From: Niels Breet niels at maemo.org
Date: Tue Apr 27 16:52:58 EEST 2010
>On Tuesday 27 April 2010 10:08:56 Marcin Juszkiewicz wrote:
>> Will there be step-by-step instructions for developers like me how to do
>> that at home? I hate sbox, it makes me sick each time when I use it but I
>> like to have own packages for things which I use so I have to deal with it
>> (and no, I do not want to use madde or other less official things).

First you download the debian-squeeze devkit[1] and install it in your host.

Then you change your fremantle targets to use the debian-squeeze devkit
instead of debian-etch. You can do that with sb-menu.

Then you apt-get install maemo-sdk-symbols from extras-devel and you are

>And, where do we find the relevant sbdmock config files and rootstraps?

I changed these lines in our sbdmock config:

config_opts['devkits'] = 'perl:debian-squeeze:doctools:svn:git'

config_opts['after_rootstrap'] = 'fakeroot apt-get -y -q %s install
maemo-optify man-db cdbs dpatch maemo-sdk-symbols' %

No rootstrap changes were needed.

- Niels


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