Testing of 2011-08-17 image

Alan Post alanpost at sunflowerriver.org
Fri Aug 19 20:07:29 EDT 2011

One of my packages has (I hope) a runtime dependency on python:

I use this one a lot, but unfortunately not so much I feel up to
debugging python.  :-(  I wonder though, with the hint below,
whether it works with the current python build?  You could test
by saying:

  $ makfa show broda

And it will run for 10-15 seconds before providing an answer.  If it
crashes it will do so much sooner than that.


On Sat, Aug 20, 2011 at 03:39:56AM +0400, kyak wrote:
> Hi,
> I just flashed the 2011-08-17 image, which seemed like a good candidate 
> for release, as xiangfu mentioned.
> Actually, it is a very good image, but still there were some things i 
> would like to mention:
> 1) I'd really love to have this commit included in the final release 
> image:
> http://projects.qi-hardware.com/index.php/p/openwrt-xburst/source/commit/3368b5e9d143c3cf021ba6647bd15ee7cc312b27/
> This backports busybox's reverse history search support.
> 2) qball - somehow an older version got inside the image. I'm not sure how 
> that happened, because there is an PKG_MD5SUM in the Makefile. Seems that 
> openwrt doesn't like it when tarball has the same name (it's qball_src.zip 
> all the time). Anyway, i removed /home/xiangfu/dl/qball_src.zip from 
> buildhost - let's hope that the next build will include the correct 
> version of qball.
> 3) Sorry for the late notice, but i just found out that "vitetris" 
> (http://en.qi-hardware.com/wiki/Applications#vitetris) wasn't included in 
> the image. So i added it to gmenu2x and config.full_system and also 
> updated gmenu2x in openwrt-packages.git, so it should be there in the next 
> build. Really a cooler app than tetris of bsd-games.
> Because of the three reasons above, i would vote to take the next built 
> image as a base :)
> 4) For some reason, stardict and python still made it into the image :) 
> Perhaps we should kick it from config.full_system. I wonder if ikog.py 
> should be kicked out as well (not working because of python). And the 
> funny thing is, pyclock is somehow working :) I see it started as python 
> ./pyclock.py. Seems that python is not completely broken after all.
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