crosstool and .rpm's
Tue Jul 27 20:51:00 GMT 2004
On Tue, 27 Jul 2004, Daniel Kegel wrote:
> Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> > > (I still don't know how to
> > > make a single .SRPM for multiple targets, though.
> > It's darn complicated ;)
> > > From my experience (I am the author of the RTEMS cross toolchain
> > rpm-specs), if you really want to provide a single SRPM, you probably
> > will have to resort to passing the target via rpm-defines
> > (rpmbuild --define 'xtarget xxxx').
> Oooh, then there's also the --target flag. Maybe that's the standard
> way to do it...
Yes it is the standard way to do that. We actually have examples of how
you even can use macros or have blocks depending on the target (or build
environment you're building against).
I'm still very interested to have these packages available in the
different repositories we maintain for Red Hat/Fedora/Tao/CentOS/Yellow
Dog for the different architectures (currently i386,x86_64,ppc,alpha and
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