waf and Python 3.7
chrisj at rtems.org
Mon Dec 17 21:32:58 UTC 2018
On 18/12/2018 07:38, Joel Sherrill wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 17, 2018, 2:21 PM Christian Mauderer <list at c-mauderer.de
> <mailto:list at c-mauderer.de> wrote:
> I have trouble building rtems-tools (via source builder) on an
> Arch-Linux machine with a Python 3.7. I searched for the problem and
> found out that it is due to an old waf version in the rtems-tools repo.
> The bug is fixed since 9 months and newer versions of waf don't have a
> problem with it (see ).
> Now I noted that we already have four repositories with different
> versions of waf:
> - rtems-docs: waf 1.9.7
> - rtems-libbsd: waf 2.0.1
> - rtems-tools: waf 1.9.9
> - examples-v2: waf 2.0.1
> There is quite some potential that we get some more repos. I don't have
> a problem to create four patches to update them to 2.0.13 now. But I'm
> not sure whether it is an ideal solution to pack waf with every repo.
> What do you think?
Waf is a build system framework and if we do not package it in a repo does it
mean we support any version of waf? There are bug fixes in later releases and I
feel updating our copies is the best solution.
> Are there any good alternatives?
> Please update all four. I like having waf bundled so we at least a baseline.
> Examples and libbsd matxh because I made them match by adding from examples to
> Bump them please.
Yes please. This ticket covers rtems-tools and should be fine for this change ...
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