[ECOS] About .ecm files
Mon Dec 10 05:03:00 GMT 2001
Dave Airlie wrote:
> minus any package additions removal... which has bitten me a couple of
> not sure if still applies.. but I used to make a .ecc file with packages
> from the default system removed, and the .ecm would reflect it but
> importing said .ecm file would never change the packages ...
I am sure that when we add a new target to ecos.db and build the configuration,
these changes are NOT reflected in .ecm files. Only the .ecc file is being
> I had to
> ship the customer the .ecc also..
> twas a while ago and I've no idea if I can reproduce it at the moment
> In this context, they are supplied to give you a "potted"
> > configuration to build redboot for various startups.
> > They're not a required part of the port as such - you can just set the
> > options yourself in the configuration - but they are included so that other
> > people can build redboot without having to know the details of exactly what
> > options to set or packages to add.
> > Jifl
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