Nightly builds from a http-archive

Asked by Anders Wallenquist on 2012-01-04

I want to build a PPA with nightly builds of openerp from http://nightly.openerp.com/6.1/deb/ and http://nightly.openerp.com/6.0/. What is best practice? Can I use a recipe for this? Can I use local resources that mirror and runs a daily upload to the PPA? Upload already built deb-files or source? Is it a better method to this by use bazaar lp:openobject-server branch and then apply a recipe?

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Anders Wallenquist

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2012-01-08
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2012-01-19
Deryck Hodge (deryck) said : #1

Recipes were built with daily builds in mind. Please see the help wiki page at:
https://help.launchpad.net/Packaging/SourceBuilds/GettingStarted

Anders Wallenquist (aw) said : #2

Yes, but If all I got is a new non source deb-file at a time in a http-repository. Can I still use recipies? I have tried daily build with recipies using imported VCS and the structure of lp:openobject-server makes it difficult (there are a lot of files missing and stuff done that seems not possible to do at the building server). I'have tried and failed to turn the deb-file a source that is possible to dput to the PPA and buildfarm.

Aaron Bentley (abentley) said : #3

Recipe builds work only with source branches. If you wish, you can create a branch that, when merged into lp:openobject-server, adds the missing files and makes the required changes. Your recipe would use the "merge" instruction, so that the builds are up-to-date with lp:openobject-server, but have your changes applied.

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