[Tizen Application-dev] GBS Build

Guilherme Íscaro iscaro at profusion.mobi
Fri Oct 5 11:42:37 GMT 2012


Hello Rusty,

Here is my gbs.conf file, Maybe my repo1.url is wrong, I don't know. What
do you think?

Thanks for the help! :)

[general]
; general settings
tmpdir = /var/tmp
editor = emacs
#[remotebuild]
#; settings for build subcommand
#build_server = <build server URL>
#user = <USER_NAME>
#passwd = <USER_PASSWORD>
[build]
build_cmd = /usr/bin/build
build_root= /var/tmp/build-root-gbs
su-wrapper= sudo
distconf= /var/tmp/iscaro-gbs/tizen.conf
#; optional, repos definitions
repo1.url = http://download.tizen.org/snapshots/trunk/common/latest
#repo1.user = <USER_NAME>
#repo1.passwd = <USER_PASSWORD>

On Thu, Oct 4, 2012 at 5:28 PM, Rusty Lynch <rusty.lynch at intel.com> wrote:

>  On 10/04/2012 10:42 AM, Guilherme Íscaro wrote:
>
> Hello Everyone,
>
> I'm trying to build (local build) a tizen package with GBS
> (apps/home/call.git) .
> Everything looks ok, however gbs it's not generating the RPM package and I
> receive a warning.
> What's happening?
>
> This is the log:
>
> warning: the following packages build failed with missing depends packages:
> org.tizen.call
> info: generated RPM packages can be found from local repo:
>     ~/GBS-ROOT/local/repos/tizen
> info: build roots located in:
>      ~/GBS-ROOT/local/scratch.{arch}.*
> info: Done
>
>
> gbs is unable to find a package it depends on, specifically
> org.tizen.call.  I can see that this package is being built so it is
> available which means you are likely not pointing to the correct
> repositories in your ~/.gbs.conf
>
> So... what does your .gbs.conf look like?  What repos are you pointing too?
>
>     --rusty
>
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