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Month: January 2017

Re: tdebase build issue

From: deloptes <deloptes@...>
Date: Wed, 04 Jan 2017 12:42:53 +0100
Michele Calgaro wrote:

> You need to download the latest sources, then rebuild everything up to
> tdelibs and tdebase. Let me know if you are using R14.1.x, in that case it
> is necessary to disable pkcs support in tdelibs for the time being, since
> we haven't fixed that yet. Also expects some other packages to still
> FTBFS, we are still working on the issue.

Hi, thanks to both of you.

I started now building tdelibs. My base is debian jessie and some or most of
the packages I rebuild from git. We'll see if something fails.

I was wondering if you can help me getting a proper build environment, where
I can rebuild locally dependent packages. For now I have all on my local
drive, but I would prefer to move it on my server and have access via nfs.

The question is if you have best practice recommendation on this and if
there is a common way to automate git update and build ... I don't want to
have more than needed for testing. Ideally I have all the packages I need
in a TDE directory, but I found out that I must maintain a file with
dependences if I want to automagically build all I want to test, so I was
thinking I write a script where I provide the arguments in the build order
I want: tdelibs tdebase in this case?

I am sure you have been thinking about this already.