Compiling Without Internet
jsaina at terpmail.umd.edu
Fri Sep 8 03:20:30 UTC 2017
The use case is: On a machine with no Internet access, we should be able to
modify the BSP and applications and rebuild.
My goal was to do (2) for the sake of having a known, frozen version of
RSB; but ultimately I can buld RSB while I have Internet, and I should
never have to rebuild it, correct? I was able to do that, and build
kernel/bsp and applications without a network connection today.
I haven't tried the tarball, only checked out tags/branches from the git
repo. Will the tarball build RSB without the need for Internet access?
On Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 7:27 PM, Chris Johns <chrisj at rtems.org> wrote:
> On 06/09/2017 07:21, Jacob Saina wrote:
> > Seems to fail in the same place. Log attached.
> Have you tried
> The release scripts handle the special case of git repos.
> It is not clear to me what the use case and requirements are.
> 1. A user be able to use the RSB direct from a git clone and then
> disconnect the
> internet? If you have the internet to maintain a clone is it reasonable to
> assume you will have a connection to download the sources?
> 2. A user be able to create a snapshot from a git repo complete with
> sources and
> patches? If the RSB is taught to make a snapshot a user can then deploy any
> version of the RSB locally as a project or company maintained version.
> If we can determine and agree on the requirements a ticket can be raised
> on the
> 4.11 release branch.
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