[bitbake-devel] [PATCH] fetch2/repo.py: improve unpack to copy only asked project.
armccurdy at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 04:09:13 UTC 2018
On Tue, Jun 19, 2018 at 11:13 PM, Nicolas Cornu via bitbake-devel
<bitbake-devel at lists.openembedded.org> wrote:
> From: Nicolas Cornu <n.cornu at overkiz.com>
> Today this fetcher copy the whole repo projects in each sub-project.
> This patch is not here to be merged, but to have review on it.
> The problem is that if your google-repo got 150 projects, and you want to build each with a specific recipe, sources
> will be copied for each.
If your manifest contains 150 repos but you want to fetch and build
them individually then perhaps it's better not to use the repo fetcher
You could either just put the git URIs directly into your recipes or
(if your manifest changes frequently and you don't want the recipes to
get out of sync) perhaps write a script to process the output of "repo
manifest" and auto generate a .conf file containing the git based
SRC_URI definitions which your recipes can include.
> lib/bb/fetch2/repo.py | 17 +++++++++++++++++
> 1 file changed, 17 insertions(+)
> diff --git a/lib/bb/fetch2/repo.py b/lib/bb/fetch2/repo.py
> index 8c7e8185..a01a548d 100644
> --- a/lib/bb/fetch2/repo.py
> +++ b/lib/bb/fetch2/repo.py
> @@ -89,6 +89,23 @@ class Repo(FetchMethod):
> # Create a cache
> runfetchcmd("tar %s -czf %s %s" % (tar_flags, ud.localpath, os.path.join(".", "*") ), d, workdir=codir)
> + def unpack(self, ud, destdir, d):
> + """unpack the project from repo source directories"""
> + repodir = d.getVar("REPODIR") or (d.getVar("DL_DIR") + "/repo")
> + gitsrcname = "%s%s" % (ud.host, ud.path.replace("/", "."))
> + codir = os.path.join(repodir, gitsrcname, ud.manifest)
> + repodir = os.path.join(codir, "repo")
> + # With this command I get the full path to the project in the "repo" download dir.
> + full_path_to_download = runfetchcmd("%s list --path-only --fullpath %s" % ("repo", d.getVar("PN")), d, workdir=repodir)
> + # I do this or git clone say the directory is not empty.
> + runfetchcmd("rm -rf %s" % d.getVar("S"), d, workdir=destdir)
> + # Is it ok, here to use "S" directly? I see no fetcher do that.
> + runfetchcmd("git clone %s %s" % (full_path_to_download.strip(), d.getVar("S")), d, workdir=destdir)
> def supports_srcrev(self):
> return False
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