Alexey Neyman
Thu Jan 3 03:11:00 GMT 2019

That section in the docs (which mentions is outdated 
and needs to be updated. Please file an issue; my laptop broke so I am 
without a machine where I can do ct-ng development at this time.

I am not sure where you found a reference to; I couldn't 
find any in current crosstool-NG, nor in its docs.

The current procedure to add a new version of a component is to:
1. Copy/create a directory for a new version under packages/PACKAGE-NAME/
2. Verify the package signature, update the checksums for all downloads, 
check if the patches apply (and if necessary, update the patches). All 
that is done by running maintainer/ script; run it 
without arguments to get some help.


On 1/2/19 4:00 AM, Frans de Boer wrote:
> Dear Reader,
> I am using the git version of crosstool-NG and want to add a new 
> kernel. However, the above mentioned tool as well as the potential 
> replacement are nowhere to be found.
> I can add things manually in and in the new chksum file, but 
> that seems a bit awkward knowing that there have been (a) tool(s) for 
> this purpose.
> Suggestion?
> Regards, Frans.

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