Re: pbuilder - a personal builder for debian packages
On Tue, 28 Aug 2001, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> Previously Steve Greenland wrote:
> > You know, it's okay if people don't want to package home-built
> > utilities, but when they then snark at those who are forced to
> > recreate them, it's kind of mean. Not everybody reads every message on
> > debian-devel, or hangs out continuously on #debian.
> I have no clue what caused you to write that rant.. anyway sbuilder
> is in the wanna-build CVS tree which contains the buildd that various
> architectures have been using for yours.
Actually, that's sbuild, not sbuilder (the mail-interface is called
rbuilder ;-). Plus, sbuild does not have built-in support for setting up a
chroot; you've got to take care of that yourself (or use
buildd-setup-chroot in the same CVS tree, but it's still sth else).
sbuild is more optimized (well, optimized...) for autobuilders, while this
might be more interesting for people that occasionally want to compile a
package but do not want to go through the "mess" of installing and
configuring sbuild. It's not that bad an idea...
wouter dot verhelst at advalvas dot be
"Human knowledge belongs to the world"
-- from the movie "Antitrust"