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From: Ed W <lists@...>
Subject: Re: multi-project workflow
Date: Mon, 05 Mar 2012 22:03:42 +0000
On 01/03/2012 23:11, Bertrand Jacquin wrote:
> All the things I use are available in a tar tree here :
>
> http://people.meleeweb.net/~beber/gentoo/boest-gentoo.tgz
>
> Comments are welcome !

That's really very neat.  My only observation is: have you considered 
trying portage profiles to further simplify things?  They are basically 
cascadable and inherit from each other, so you can do some clever tricks 
to reduce duplication (I use it on our servers quite extensively)

One of the things I haven't quite got under control is a simplified 
patching process for ebuilds to avoid creating many local ebuilds.  I'm 
currently experimenting with using the /etc/portage/env type process via 
bashrc.  I use an "autopatch" type idea, and also read in extra bashrc 
files per package.  However, it's not very well integrated with my build 
tracking process (but it works quite nicely...)

Good luck!

Ed W


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