On 2017/09/16 07:16 PM, deloptes wrote:
> Michele Calgaro wrote:
>> Probably worth sharing on the user ML as well for future reference,
>> although R14.1.0 won't be out soon...
> Can't we have an experimental or testing repo somewhere at least for debian?
> I have build almost all the packages and have set up a local repository.
> As I am using it on daily bases, I can confirm that I have no problems so
> far at least on debian stretch.
> The repo is ~3G for all debian flavors
> Debian$ ls
> buster jessie sid stretch
> Debian$ du -hs .
> 2.5G .
> Would it be too much effort to maintain?
There are the nightly builds available, although access may be restricted and you may have to ask Tim to enable your
account. I used that for reference initially, but over time I used that less and less and instead use my local repo for
all. If I really want to test something out and I am unsure about it, I use a VM.
Also there is the preliminary builds repo maintain by Slavek, but it builds R14.0.x branch instead of R14.1.x.
Would be good to have a preliminary repo also for R14.1.x to easy testing.
Slavek, do you think you could set up something like that as well? And do you have the server space?