[oe] htmldoc 1.8.27
vjensen at gmx.de
Fri Nov 7 11:18:45 CET 2008
Am Wed, 05 Nov 2008 19:33:01 -0700 schrieb Chris Larson:
> On Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 4:40 PM, Vitus Jensen <vjensen at gmx.de> wrote:
>> I need htmldoc for ARM and as this isn't available in OpenEmbedded I
>> cooked up my own receipt. But htmldoc has some specialities:
>> - it does build it's own documentation by using the generated excutable
> Build a -native and use that to build the main package.
Just to build the documentation as HTML, PDF and PS? I seriously doubt
that anyone wants to install this big thing to his device but you're
probably right, one never knows.
>> - it contains an optional GUI component
>> - there are defines in config.h.in not duplicated
>> in configure.in
> configure.in does not replace config.h.in. config.h.in is either
> hardcoded, as in old buildsystems, or is generated by autoheader.
Thank you for your hint. I have now found
EXTRA_AUTORECONF += "--exclude=autoheader"
to disable autoheader. The ugly patch is gone.
>> I guess the complete solution would be several receipts (-native, -doc,
>> -console, -gui), right? But as I want it for a NAS would the attached
>> console-type receipt be enough?
> Two recipes, one with gui and one without, is probably best, to avoid
> building any gui deps for distros that don't need it.
And the documentation in HTML, PS and PDF would go to a -doc.ipk by means
of some FILES_xxx variable?
I will do this for 1.9.x-r1571.
BTW: htmldoc.org uses a mirror select mechanismen for downloads (http://
htmldoc-1.9.x-r1586.tar.bz2), I have hardcoded one mirror in my receipt.
Is there a better way?
Vitus Jensen, Hannover, Germany, Earth, Milky Way, Universe (current)
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