Re: Emdebian repository layout
Referring to your "Direction of Emdebian", I guess it comes to the
stage of emdebianising the essential packages to form a complete
After hanging around on the web for about one day, touching various
approach (e.g. OE, slind), I realized the best way for me to work on
embedded devices is the "pure emdebian" way as you postulated . I
hate the mass of sources, libs, toolchains and configuration files
spreading everywhere of my system, which dirties up my system.
So I am looking forward to the upcoming GPE on ARM emdebian suite. I
would like to be involved in the progress.
Resources available on my side are an ARM7 board, an ARM9 board, and 10
amd64 PCs maybe useful for cross building.
I think I can also do some testing work.
Neil Williams wrote:
OK, after a long time and a few reshuffles, emdebian has a 'logical'
SVN repository layout with a clear division between current and
superceded code, clear module separation and updated documentation.
A full check out of even just the current code can easily be over 20Mb
and is likely to increase as more packages are emdebianised.
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