[rock-devel] [rock-sm] 2005092818532619335 (ROCKCFG_TARGET_CRYSTAL_BUILDADDONS usage)
clifford at clifford.at
Thu Nov 17 11:59:07 CET 2005
On Wed, Nov 16, 2005 at 12:35:56PM +0100, Stefan Fiedler wrote:
> I don't get the connection to linux26-header. The code in
> target/crystal/postconfig.in, like the one in target/crystal/config.in,
> does the following: If ROCKCFG_TARGET_CRYSTAL_BUILDADDONS is unset, all
> non-CORE packages are disabled. If set, CORE packages will not be built
> in stage 9, and non-CORE package will be built only in stage 9.
"linux26-header" is a fork of the "linux" package and is created after
target/crystal/config.in has been processed. Without the code in
postconfig.in it would have the wrong priorities.
> I'm also not sure about the purpose of ROCKCFG_TARGET_CRYSTAL_BUILDADDONS:
> besides the effects described above it excludes packages built only in stage
> 9 from the ISO image if set.
The crystal ISOs do only contain the core packages. All other packages can
be installed from network repositories using 'rocket'.
The split between stage 5 and stage 9 is there to make sure that all
packages on the ISOs are functional without the need to install extra
packages from a network server.
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