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Teach chroot-splice to accept one or two arguments. (Control image now optional.)
author Rob Landley <rob@landley.net>
date Sun, 17 Jan 2016 21:18:52 -0600
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122 # Set this to continue despite failed patches. 122 # Set this to continue despite failed patches.
123 123
124 # export ALLOW_PATCH_FAILURE=1 124 # export ALLOW_PATCH_FAILURE=1
125 125
126 # If this is set, it's points to a directory containing additional files to
127 # copy into the root-filesystem. The path is either absolute or
128 # relative to the aboriginal topdir.
129
130 # export ROOT_OVERLAY="overlay"
131
132 # Build more things in parallel. 126 # Build more things in parallel.
133 127
134 # export FORK=1 128 # export FORK=1
135 129
136 # Force a specific number of CPUs instead of autodetecting. 130 # Force a specific number of CPUs instead of autodetecting.
146 # This isn't actually one of our variables, but a number of packages listen 140 # This isn't actually one of our variables, but a number of packages listen
147 # to this to add extra debug info to their binaries. (Use with SKIP_STRIP) 141 # to this to add extra debug info to their binaries. (Use with SKIP_STRIP)
148 142
149 # export CFLAGS="-g -pipe" 143 # export CFLAGS="-g -pipe"
150 144
151 # If you don't want to build cross compilers, supply path to existing one. 145 # The following paths supplement the build with additional site-specific data.
152 146 # Each path is either absolute or relative to the aboriginal topdir.
153 # export CROSS_COMPILER_PATH=/path/to/cross-compiler/bin
154 # export CC_PREFIX=thingy-
155 147
156 # If you have patches you want patch files outside the aboriginal 148 # If you have patches you want patch files outside the aboriginal
157 # patch directory to be applied, supply the path here. Paths to the 149 # patch directory to be applied, supply the path here. Paths to the
158 # patches are built using the pattern 150 # patches are built using the pattern ${MY_PATCH_DIR}/${PACKAGE}/*.patch
159 # ${EXTERNAL_PATCH_DIR}/${PACKAGE}/*.patch 151 # so one or more patches to apply to linux could be in the
160 # So one or more patches to apply to linux could be in the
161 # ${EXTERNAL_PATCH_DIR}/linux directory and will be applied in sorted 152 # ${EXTERNAL_PATCH_DIR}/linux directory and will be applied in sorted
162 # order. The path is either absolute or relative to the aboriginal 153 # order (after the builtin sources/patches/${PACKAGE}-*.patch files).
163 # topdir.
164 154
165 # export EXTERNAL_PATCH_DIR=/path/to/external/patches 155 # export MY_PATCH_DIR=/path/to/external/patches
156
157 # If this is set, it's points to a directory containing additional files to
158 # copy into the root-filesystem. (This overwrites existing conflicting files.)
159
160 # export MY_ROOT_OVERLAY="overlay"
161
162 # If you don't want to build cross compilers, supply path to existing one.
163 # Setting these tells build.sh not to build host or native compilers
164 # (the native compiler is very sensitive to libgcc build version skew).
165
166 # export MY_CROSS_PATH=/path/to/cross-compiler/bin
167 # export MY_CROSS_PREFIX=thingy-
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