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Sun, 13 Sep 2020 10:53:26 +0200
> git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/pspp4windows/build pspp4windows-build
> Is that workable for you? If so, I think I will push the other stuff to.
> Have to check this because on my nas there are also files with passwords.
Yes, that works. The repository only contains „buildpspp4windows.pl“. I had
recovered and guessed some more files which are in
The files that I created in that „win“ directory and which I have not taken
from your setup are
where „get-results-win.sh“ is pretty buildbot specific. It would be nice if as
much as possible stuff, e.g. the „used-in-build“ files would be together in one
git repository. I have three more files which are win specific:
which installs all the build environment except spread-sheet-widget ,
which creates the lxc container but more or less only calls „prepare_win.sh“ and
which calls „build-ssw-win.sh“ and „buildpspp4windows.pl“ and does the actual
Maybe we can move the „prepare_win.sh“ script also to your repo. I think it is
buildbot related - it should also work on a plain opensuse 15.2 installation.
Do I remember correctly that you use a virtualbox vm in your build setup? Maybe
have a look at lxc containers which I found very nice. Once the setup for user
is done on the host machine, it is really easy to create the vm from a script
> BTW. I saw your question about your latest patch. May procedures have the
> possibility to uses patches. For this you need a directory
> "$BaseDir/win/pspp-patches" Every .patch file in this directory will be
> patched to the downloaded source. So be careful to remove or rename them
> after your test.
Mmh. I do not remember any question about patches. I saw your patch support in
„buildpspp4windows.pl“ but I have not used it as I did not find any patches.
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