[LEDE-DEV] Add asterisk13-chan-lantiq to LEDE packages mips_24kc
sebastian_ml at gmx.net
Wed Oct 11 23:37:11 PDT 2017
The package makefile was changed. The dep on asterisk is gone. It gets the required asterisk headers from a tar archive now.
Unfortunately it's still not compiled by the build bots. I don't know why. It still compiles OK when building yourself.
If anybody with access to the build bots can check why it is still failing I'd really appreciate it.
If that's not possible, is there a way to "simulate" a build bot run "at home" maybe? Without going totally overboard?
Am 22. September 2017 08:15:50 MESZ schrieb Sebastian Kemper <sebastian_ml at gmx.net>:
>Thank you for the explanation.
>Sounds like the hen and egg problem to me. Maybe the only way to do it
>is not to depend on specific targets. I'll do some more brainstorming.
>Am 21. September 2017 22:35:58 MESZ schrieb Mathias Kresin
><dev at kresin.me>:
>>21.09.2017 20:35, Sebastian Kemper:
>>> Hi all,
>>> So now we have a broken-out asterisk-chan-lantiq package:
>>> I thought it would work like that, but the package still does not
>>> up in the target snapshot folder, e.g.
>>> I looked it over again but couldn't spot the issue. But there must
>>> something wrong with it. There is one other nonshared package in the
>>> feed, "usbip", and its packages show up fine.
>>With the config used by the buildbots , it can be seen that
>>asterisk-chan-lantiq isn't build because it depends on asterisk.
>>The asterisk package is a shared package and not selected by
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