Are you saying that you have a full compiled installation of gumstix-oe or just patches for builds that don't work? Please clarify.

If it's a bunch of patches, are you shooting them upstream as well?

AJ ONeal


On Mon, Sep 6, 2010 at 7:48 PM, uglyoldbob <thomas.epperson@gmail.com> wrote:



uglyoldbob wrote:
>
> I am putting together an archive of files that can be extracted to an
> installation of gumstix-oe.
> Package modifications are placed into com.gumstix.collection. Right now,
> modifications were required to two of the configuration files (local.conf,
> and gumstix.inc). I'm not sure if I should if I should keep the modified
> versions in the same directory in the archive - which would cause those
> files to be overwritten when extracted). The aim of this is to eliminate
> weird steps, like going in and editing source code archives or the tmp
> copies used during the build process.
>
> I am currently testing this. Please let me know what you think.
>


I have my patch system ready. Is anybody interested in this?
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