Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of DistributionPackaging


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Aug 3, 2006, 2:10:26 PM (13 years ago)
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andree
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     1== SVN repository Management ==
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     3First you need to get the content of the SVN repository:
     4
     5{{{
     6    # cd /to/desired/path
     7    # svn checkout ?????
     8}}}
     9
     10or
     11
     12{{{
     13    # svn checkout ?????
     14}}}
     15
     16Then depending on your distribution you'll have to follow one of the following recipe:
     17
     18== Debian ==
     19
     20 1. for mondo package, cd into mondo directory and run ./bootstrap
     21 2. rename package directory: <package>-<latest release><branch><yymmdd>[[BR]]
     22    '''Note:''' <branch> = 'bt' for berlios trunk and 'bb' for berlios branch
     23 3. create tarball: tar cvzf <package>_<latest release><branch><yymmdd>.orig.tar.gz <package>-<latest release><branch><yymmdd>
     24 4. create new directory <package>-<latest release><branch><yymmdd>-1
     25 5. copy tarball in new directory and unpack there
     26 6. cd into tarball directory
     27 7. copy debian directory from last package
     28 8. dch --newversion <latest release><branch><yymmdd>-1
     29 9. build ;-)
     30
     31== RPM Based Distributions ==
     32
     33This has currently only be tested with !RedHat Enterprise Linux 3 and 4, Fedora Core 4/5, SLES 9, OpenSuSE 10 and Mandriva 10.2/2005 and 2006.0
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     35From the sources rpm packages the nearest from your distro, you may build packages for your target distribution by doi,g:
     36
     37{{{
     38# rpm -ivh mindi*.src.rpm mondo*.src.rpm
     39# rpmbuild -ba /usr/src/*/SPECS/mondo.spec
     40# rpmbuild -ba /usr/src/*/SPECS/mindi.spec
     41# rpm -ivh /usr/src/*/RPMS/i?86/mondo*.i?86.rpm /usr/src/*/RPMS/i?86/mindi*.i?86.rpm
     42}}}
     43
     44Or from the SVN tree extracted:
     45
     46{{{
     47# tools/svn2build
     48}}}
     49
     50which will create for you a build directory with all files expanded
     51
     52then you can call
     53
     54{{{
     55# tools/build2pkg
     56}}}
     57
     58in order to produce local packages for your distribution.
     59
     60If you have virtual machines of other distributions that you want to generate packages for, then after setting them up following the documentation under tools/qemu-vm.txt you can call:
     61
     62{{{
     63# tools/build2qemu
     64}}}
     65
     66to produce packages for all supported distros (in tools/DISTROS)
     67
     68Location of mondo and mindi files