[Build-common-hackers] Re: CDBS and package built from multiple tarballs
Wed, 10 Sep 2003 17:59:37 +0200
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Am Mittwoch, 10. September 2003 09:11 schrieb Colin Walters:
> [ generally, questions about CDBS should go to
> email@example.com ]
> On Wed, 2003-09-10 at 02:29, Michael Koch wrote:
> > I'm currently packaging a little software called uclient.
> > Unfortunatly it needs some special versions of some older
> > libraries not included in the archive. So I decided to build
> > static versions of this libs inside the build system of the
> > package and link these in. Next stable release of uclient (which
> > is far far away) will use the versions in the archive of these
> > libs.
> > Does cdbs supports packages built from multiple tarballs plus
> > patches for several of the tarballs ?
> I believe tarball.mk supports that, yes. To actually build the
> multiple packages, you'll probably want to hook in appropriate
> things in build/foo and install/foo (where foo is a package).
=2D From what I saw in tarball.mk it supports only ONE tarball at all.
Do you know a package using CDBS and having multiple upstream tarballs=20
in it that I can use as example ?
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