[Mono-list] Mono repositories for Ubuntu
frederik.carlier at carlier-online.be
Fri Apr 6 11:12:49 EDT 2007
Seems like the build expects a "debian.tar" file which contains all the
Debian-specific files (i.e. the debian/ folder).
I've managed to use the openSUSE build service to package Mono for
Debian Etch. The results can be found here:
It fails to build on Ubuntu:
/bin/bash: halt: command not found
Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init!
Anyway, this kind of is a "proof of concept" that you can use the
openSUSE build service to package Mono for Debian. As of now, it doesn't
really provide you with anything new (mono 1.2.3 is already packaged for
Debian). If anyone is interested in trying out the build process with
Mono SVN, let me know.
Frederik Carlier schreef:
> I created a test project for packaging Mono. The idea is to use the
> Debian .orig.tar.gz, diff.gz and .dsc file to get used to the build
> service and start from there.
> However, I can't get the build service to apply the patches in the
> diff.gz file. That, of course, causes the build to fail (it says
> debian/control is missing).
> Any ideas?
> The project is at (not sure if it's public)
> Wade Berrier schreef:
>> Building debs in the suse build service seems a bit different. I
>> haven't looked into it much, but they use a .dsc file (opposed to the
>> debian/* files?).
>> If someone wanted to help with packaging debs, it would be a matter of
>> getting an account on the build service, checking out the mono project,
>> and submitting the necessary .dsc files.
>> The debian-ish repositories supported are Etch, and Ubuntu 6.06.
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