[oe] Patching from a file containing a compressed directory (<directory>.tar.bz2)
k.kooi at student.utwente.nl
Thu Jan 27 01:19:16 CET 2011
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On 26-01-11 22:32, Ulf Samuelsson wrote:
> Trying to change the at91 linux recipes.
> The "experimental" patches to be added on top of the "maxim" patch
> can be downloaded from ftp://ftp.at91.com/ and that file
> is generated from a directory of patches, which should be applied
> in alphabetical order.
> When the "obvious" SRC_URI is used:
> ftp://ftp.at91.com/<directory>.tar.bz2;apply=yes \
> the files do not get applied in alphabetical order.
> It looks to me like they get applied in reverse order, but I did
> not check carefully.
> I tried adding a "series" file, and recompress, but that failed as
> Any clue on how to get the patches applied in alphabetical order?
> If the patches are in a subdirectory to the recipe, and applied
> everything is OK, but that seems to be a shame to have to resort to
We don't want such behaviour, putting the patches in OE and adding them
to SRC_URI is the only acceptable way to do this.
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