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[haiku] Re: Cross-building buildtools and Haiku from BSD: some questions getting started (Thomas Mueller)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
In my case, I want to keep builds separate because of the possibility of building in three ways: NetBSD with gcc-4.8.3, FreeBSD with llvm/clang 3.4.1 or FreeBSD with gcc47. I am now in NetBSD console, X refuses to start, apparently managed to build jam, got two jams: haiku/buildtools/lam/jam0 and haiku/buildtools/jam/bin.netbsdx86/jam and wonder which to use, would want to rename jam0 to nbjam0 to distinguish it ...
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[haiku] Re: Cross-building buildtools and Haiku from BSD: some questions getting started (Oliver Tappe)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
On 2014-07-13 at 12:24:12 [+0200], Axel Dörfler axeld@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: On 11.07.2014 10:38, Oliver Tappe wrote: I would strongly advise to invoke configure from outside of Haiku's source tree. Why? One reason is personal preference, but I the strong advice was refering to ...
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[haiku] Re: Cross-building buildtools and Haiku from BSD: some questions getting started (Axel Dörfler)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
On 11.07.2014 10:38, Oliver Tappe wrote: I would strongly advise to invoke configure from outside of Haiku's source tree. Why? I find it much more convenient to have anything I need in one place (ie. ...
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[haiku] Re: Cross-building buildtools and Haiku from BSD: some questions getting started (Thomas Mueller)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
There was much debate and discussion on FreeBSD's switch from GCC to llvm/clang for v10.0. It was pointed out that clang did not support cross-compiling, hence my doubt about the possibility of building Haiku with clang. You seem to share this doubt. Now I seem to have enough to get started, having two ways to try with FreeBSD and one with NetBSD, will want to report back. ...
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[haiku] Re: Cross-building buildtools and Haiku from BSD: some questions getting started (Oliver Tappe)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
On 2014-07-12 at 09:57:31 [+0200], Thomas Mueller mueller6723@xxxxxxx wrote: [ ... ] I could possibly install Haiku's jam with executable as $HOME/bin/jam and put $HOME/bin at the front of the PATH. Sure. Then I use jam instead of (g)make? ...
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[haiku] Re: Cross-building buildtools and Haiku from BSD: some questions getting started (Thomas Mueller)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
On cross-compiling, my main experience has been building NetBSD from FreeBSD. I have experience building extra packages from source in Linux using configure, make and make install. That was in Slackware 13.0, and Slackware package management is binary-only with no knowledge of dependencies. There were options for specifying which GCC, CC build system to use so one could use, for instance, /usr/local/bin/gcc47 . ...
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[haiku] Re: Cross-building buildtools and Haiku from BSD: some questions getting started (Joe Prostko)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
On Fri, Jul 11, 2014 at 4:38 AM, Oliver Tappe zooey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: 1) You need to build Haiku's version of jam, by invoking make in the buildtools/jam folder. The resulting jam binary (in bin.*/) needs to be installed manually (e.g. to /usr/local/bin/). I haven't done a BSD build in a long time, but I'm pretty sure I recall having to use `gmake` for this step, and not simply `make`. I could be mistaken though. I suppose you can try using make first, and ...
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[haiku] Re: Cross-building buildtools and Haiku from BSD: some questions getting started (Oliver Tappe)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
Hi Thomas, On 2014-07-11 at 07:53:44 [+0200], Thomas Mueller mueller6723@xxxxxxx wrote: I git-cloned the buildtools and haiku and have questions getting started. Do I build everything one step at a time, or can I configure from haiku/haiku? Two (indepedent) steps are needed before a build can be started: ...
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[haiku] Re: Finding names of partitions? (François Revol)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
On 11/07/2014 07:45, Pete Goodeve wrote: I've never used nano; only had a brief look. It's fairly minimal, but is well tailored to email. I wouldn't use it for much else (except maybe a quick job on my RaspberryPi over ssh). I was using (Haiku's) StyledEdit with mutt for a while, which was quite convenient, but it would get confused if more than one instance was open. Btw you can also export EDITOR=lpe ...
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[haiku] Cross-building buildtools and Haiku from BSD: some questions getting started (Thomas Mueller)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
I git-cloned the buildtools and haiku and have questions getting started. Do I build everything one step at a time, or can I configure from haiku/haiku? If I run from haiku/haiku directory ./configure --help I get ./configure: gcc: not found ...
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[haiku] Re: Finding names of partitions? (Pete Goodeve)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
On Fri, Jul 11, 2014 at 12:01:42AM +0000, Thomas Mueller wrote: I probably should mention that I use nothing but mutt for my mail, and it runs just fine in Haiku (as it did in BeOS before). I installed it several years ago, so I can't remember exactly what hacks were needed, but the sources compiled without change. [....] The main thing is that it needs a 'sendmail', which I provided with a tiny ruby script. I believe newer versions of mutt include SMTP and therefore don't need ...
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[haiku] Re: Finding names of partitions? (Thomas Mueller)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
I probably should mention that I use nothing but mutt for my mail, and it runs just fine in Haiku (as it did in BeOS before). For one thing, it gives me IMAP, which I don't believe yet works under Haiku Mail (?). I installed it several years ago, so I can't remember exactly what hacks were needed, but the sources compiled without change. The main thing is that it needs a 'sendmail', which I provided with a tiny ruby script. A few days ago I brought it over to my PM partition, and it's fine ...
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[haiku] Re: Finding names of partitions? (pete . goodeve)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
On Tue, Jul 08, 2014 at 07:15:26AM +0000, Thomas Mueller wrote: [....] It's much easier to respond to mail with mutt, msmtp, mpop and vi than from webmail interface. I probably should mention that I use nothing but mutt for my mail, and it runs just fine in Haiku (as it did in BeOS before). For one thing, it gives me IMAP, which I don't believe yet works under Haiku Mail (?). ...
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[haiku] Re: LSM/RMLL reminder (Coursière Olivier)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
Hi, Le 02/07/2014 11:21, Alex-P. Natsios a écrit : On Wed, Jul 2, 2014 at 2:26 AM, François Revolrevol@xxxxxxx wrote: Hello just a reminder for those who will be in France next week, Haiku will be well represented this year : ...
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[haiku] Re: Finding names of partitions? (Ritrup Biswas)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
Hi Sorry for writing completely off topic, but after yesterday's world cup match and the first mail I get is from you. Your mail reminded me of German player Thomas Mueller, it kind made me smile.. Have great day... Cheers On 9 Jul 2014 11:43, Thomas Mueller mueller6723@xxxxxxx wrote: On 07/07/2014 04:04 AM, Jessica Hamilton wrote: ...
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[haiku] Re: Finding names of partitions? (Thomas Mueller)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
On 07/07/2014 04:04 AM, Jessica Hamilton wrote: I would hazard a guess that Haiku is asking for the name from the FAT32 driver, given that it recognized the filesystem for those two partitions, and that the name at the file system level is not set. Exactly. The top-most layer is responsible for the naming. Perhaps it should be a bit smarter and fall back to the name at the partition level. ...
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[haiku] Re: Finding names of partitions? (Axel Dörfler)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
On 07/07/2014 04:04 AM, Jessica Hamilton wrote: I would hazard a guess that Haiku is asking for the name from the FAT32 driver, given that it recognized the filesystem for those two partitions, and that the name at the file system level is not set. Exactly. The top-most layer is responsible for the naming. ...
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[haiku] Re: Finding names of partitions? (Thomas Mueller)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
Am 07.07.2014 10:23, schrieb Thomas Mueller: Now I have something to look at, and figure how to build, which could be done without Internet connection. Actually, the build will download several pre-built packages from third party code which used to be copied into the Haiku source tree but has since been properly outsourced. It is downloaded once on demand during the first build. What is downloaded also depends no how the build is configured. So when you change your configuration, additional files may have to be downloaded. ...
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[haiku] Re: Finding names of partitions? (Stephan Aßmus)

Haiku Mailing List - Wed, 2014-09-17 12:45
Hi, Am 07.07.2014 10:23, schrieb Thomas Mueller: Now I have something to look at, and figure how to build, which could be done without Internet connection. Actually, the build will download several pre-built packages from third ...
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[haiku-development] Re: [RFC] Automated package builds: Proposed Architecture (pulkomandy)

Development mailing list - Wed, 2014-09-17 08:45
On Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 12:32:52PM -0400, Augustin Cavalier wrote: Hi all, I've done a bit of RD towards automated package builds. Here's my proposed architecture: * Centralized server that watches HaikuPorts, keeps track of changes * Developers use their Trac accounts to log in and force updates * Builds are manually triggered by developers, packages are built on all supported arches ...
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