Unfortunately the SVN is currently in a bad state. Elf has been moving from
the original version of the
raw-sockets egg to the new-and-improved version.
He has assured me that he will be checking in the rest of the new egg
sometime today. The new egg will be called 'raw-sockets' as well.
What can you do in the meantime?
Rather than patching the old raw-sockets, you can always install raw-sockets
via the chicken repository. We will only be submitting known-good versions
of our eggs to the chicken repository...
Try "chicken-setup raw-sockets", it should work.
Another, more important topic, is how to keep the SVN from being in a bad
I have been (and will continue to be) very open with handing out SVN
accounts. I would ask everyone with commit to please make sure that the
Makefiles still work at a minimum before checking anything in.
I will be adding a basic test script in the near future, and will be
automating more testing and validation as we go.
- Ben Kurtz
On 9/24/07, Magnus Therning <magnus@...> wrote:
> I didn't make it to CCC, again, but looking through the presentation
> funk stood out as something *really* cool.
> I just downloaded it from SVN and tried building it. I failed :(
> Here are some initial observations:
> - Several files in the SVN repo are automatically generated by
> autotools. It's generally a bad thing to include those. It's better
> to assume that people who want to build bleeding edge know how to run
> - There is a bit of a mixed use of automake and manual make files.
> It'd probably improve accessibility to do one or the other.
> - The build fails since recent changes haven't been reflected in the
> build structure (renaming of raw-sockets and introducing rawsock).
> I'd be happy to contribute a diff that removes the automatically
> generated files. I might even find the time to remove the manually
> written makefiles and replace them with automakefiles.
> I've attached a small patch for src/eggs/Makefile. Am I correct in my
> assumptions there?
> In the meantime please check in the Makefile for rawsock.
> Magnus Therning (OpenPGP: 0xAB4DFBA4)
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