1. 25 Mar, 2019 1 commit
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  6. 15 Jan, 2016 1 commit
    • playbook/re6st-upgrader: several bug fixes and improvements · 340c9170
       - ensure that gpg key for opensuse repo is present
       - pre-fill cache with specific node to faster bootstrap in re6stnet-upgrader
       - re6stnet-upgrader doesn't fail if previous version of package was also a re6st-node
       - repositories keys have to be installed before updating package cache
       - re6stnet-upgrader ensures that service is enabled
       - only update once package cache in re6stnet-upgrader
      Nicolas Wavrant committed
  7. 07 Jan, 2016 1 commit
    • Rewrite of re6st-node packaging · f9b61bf9
      - With a Makefile instead of a shell script to make build files,
        it's easier to only redo the necessary parts.
      - Do not bootstrap buildout in advance. This caused build failures on old
        dists when this was done with Python 2.7 (parts/buildout/site.py imported
        a module that does not exist on Python 2.6). Now everything can be prepared
        on a recent dist.
      - Minimize list of build-deps. We don't need setuptools anymore.
        We also don't rely on system chrpath anymore because SLE_12 does not have it.
      - Refactoring with upstream packaging.
      - Debian: fix upgrade path from 're6stnet' package.
      - Package re6st manpages and logrotate configuration.
      - systemd integration on RPM-based dists.
      - Fix shebang of OpenVPN/NetworkManager hooks.
      - Do never ship *.py[co] files in packages. Remove them on uninstallation
        (not done yet for Arch).
      - chrpath: Suse dists use RUNPATH instead of PATH
      - Stop stripping ELF files.
      - Greatly reduce size of packages by removing eggs/parts that were only useful
        during the build, like Perl.
      
      TODO: integrate with osc working copy ?
      
      For the record, here is an example to strip ELF files:
      
      strip:
      	cd $(DESTDIR)/$(TARGET) \
      	&& s() { chmod u+w $$x && strip -v -R .comment -R .note "$$@" $$x; } \
      	&& x=`find -type f -executable ! -name '*.so*' |xargs -r file | \
      		sed -n 's/:.*ELF.*\(executable\|shared\).*//p'` && s \
      	&& x=`find -type f -name '*.so*' |xargs -r file | \
      		sed -n 's/:.*ELF.*shared.*//p'` && s --strip-unneeded
      Julien Muchembled committed