qa.sh stripped warning
mat at FreeBSD.org
Wed Oct 12 15:35:38 UTC 2016
Le 12/10/2016 à 16:29, Kyle Evans a écrit :
> I've got a port with a dozen+ ELF binaries for microcontroller
> firmware that I don't think I should be stripping, but qa.sh does not
> like this. They're *.elf and *.lib files, so I don't know that adding
> these to the general exception of `find` in stripped() is necessarily
> a good idea, but it seems like a way to add exceptions for this would
> it be a good idea, whether it be through some setting in the port or
> on a case-by-case basis in the pkg-plist.. thoughts?
> My main concern here is that I don't intend to strip these, but the
> comment for stripped() would leave me to believe that there's a chance
> these warnings could eventually turn into errors, and I don't want
> this to be the case if it's not something that should be stripped.
The warning will never be turned into errors. Maybe add a comment to the
makefile saying that files must not be stripped. Maybe a bit like go
ports do it, something like:
STRIP= # Elf firmwares, do not strip
Which also disables the qa warnings.
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