Re: Sources vs Packages files
Julian Gilbey <J.D.Gilbey@qmw.ac.uk> writes:
> - are udebs built from identical sources to the corresponding debs?
> I presume not (at least the rules file is probably different)
> - is there any advantage to having the udebs in the main archive?
> - how much bloat would be involved in having a separate udeb source
> area? I presume not much in comparison to the size of the rest of
> the archive, and I presume that the list of packages being made
> into udebs is relative static, so it would probably be a relatively
> fixed size.
Having a 'make world' would be really cool for systemslike this.
Also, to make Debian possible as a sort of framework for the embedded
world... In these sorts of cases, to be of real use, it's more often
than not necessary to make little tweaks. And given that there really
isn't that much stuff to compile, it's pretty fast...
Am I volunteering to do this? No, I don't have time unfortunately.
David N. Welton
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