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Re: How to use local patches



On Thu, 20 Mar 2008 13:44:01 +0000
David Goodenough <david.goodenough@btconnect.com> wrote:

> The current system (as far as I can tell) assumes that all patches come from 
> the emdebian svn repository.  If I want to have some of my own (say while I 
> am developing them before submitting them to you) where do I put them and
> how do I tell emsource -b to look for them first and only use the SVN ones
> if not overridden?  Or do I have to check out all the ones in the central
> SVN and point emsource at a local svn replica with my extra fixes in it?

man emsource

http://www.linux.codehelp.co.uk/emdebian/man/re06.html

-m|--machine NAME

    Machine:variant customisation support. See Machine:Variant for full
details. $NAME refers to the designated name of a particular machine or
family of machines where extra patches need to be applied over the
existing Emdebian patches. 

-V|--variant NAME

    Machine:variant customisation support. See Machine:Variant for full
details. $NAME refers to the designated name of a particular variant of
a family of machines where extra patches need to be applied over the
existing Emdebian patches. 

--machine-path PATH

    Machine:variant customisation support. See Machine:Variant for full
details. $PATH specifies a replacement root path for the patch
directory, replacing the default '$WORK/machine/' configured via
debconf. 

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Neil Williams
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