Re: multistrap on ubuntu
+++ Wookey [2010-08-20 18:22 +0100]:
> +++ Neil Williams [2010-08-20 09:27 +0100]:
> > On Fri, 20 Aug 2010 02:30:45 +0100
> > Wookey <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > 5) Installing packages in un-specified stanzas
> > Needs just a simple tweak:
> > next if (!(grep(/$sect/, @debootstrap)));
> > > I'm hoping Codehelp can sort that one out.
> > Please recheck with current SVN.
> Hmm. I thought this was fixed but in fact it seems not to be:
> If I have a stanza listing g++4.2-arm-linux-gnueabi as well as one listing
OK. fixed in SVN with next if (!(grep(/^$sect$/, @debootstrap)));
> --simulate says that it will only ask for g++4.4-arm-linux-gnueabi
> but when I run pdebuild-cross-create it tries to install both and fails because
> only one is available.
> Hmm, although --simulate does list the emdebian.org source which is wrong.
Maybe --simulate lists all available stanzas? as emdebian.org is still
there. I guess that makes sense.
On a related point I notice:
The simulate output is a little confusing because it is sorted. So we
> (maverick)wookey@kh:~/ubuntu/maverick/popt-1.16$ sudo multistrap --simulate -f /usr/share/multistrap/armel.conf
> source: Sources: [arch=armel] http://ports.ubuntu.com/, http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu, http://people.canonical.com/~hrw/ubuntu-maverick-armel-cross-compilers ./, http://www.emdebian.org/debian
> suites: Suites: , maverick, maverick, stable
> components Components: main, main, main universe, main universe
I assumed these 3 lists of 4 items corresponded in position. But in
fact they don't because all three are alphabetically sorted. I can't
see how that helps, so I've taken out the sorts, and now the 1st
source matches the 1st suite and 1st component, and so on. Is there a
reason why this is in fact bad?
It might be nice to replace the empty string with NONE or something.
Principal hats: Linaro, Emdebian, Wookware, Balloonboard, ARM