[Librem-5-dev] Building and testing your own kernel
guido.gunther at puri.sm
Fri Dec 28 00:48:24 PST 2018
On Fri, Dec 28, 2018 at 10:04:16AM +0800, Andy Green via Librem-5-dev wrote:
> On 28/12/2018 07:18, David Boddie via Librem-5-dev wrote:
> > On Thu Dec 27 03:43:39 PST 2018, Dorota Czaplejewicz wrote:
> > > Hi Andy,
> > >
> > > thank you for doing that work. We're normally building the kernel
> > > using image-builder , and we're currently using .debs for the
> > > kernel.
> > Thanks, Andy!
> > > I feel like this information belongs on some wiki, but we don't
> > > have one set up yet. I've started putting random useful info on
> > > my own page . David, do you have any ideas?
> > I have been using my fork of the documentation for stashing notes
> > about things:
> > https://source.puri.sm/david.boddie/developer.puri.sm/wikis/home
> > We could just enable the wiki for the documentation:
> > https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/developer.puri.sm/wikis/home
> > Andy, does that sound like it might be a useful place for you to
> > put stuff? We could use it as a staging area for things that
> > should end up in the documentation.
> Yes I think you're going to need the wiki. Many developers will stay
> on-piste and just follow the blessed, existing flow, but part of the whole
> idea is some won't. Then it will get expensive doing 1:1 chat for every
> detail needed to get them started.
> Information rots quickly but even so it usually doesn't all rot at the same
> rate and is worth keeping for a while. At least information in the wiki
> that is rotting can be updated by others when they see it's out of date,
> which is harder to do for "documentation".
> I cloned it, added an article .md by hand, and registered my ssh pubkey with
> the site, but I can't push it back.
> $ git push ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/Librem5/developer.puri.sm.wiki.git
> warmcat at source.puri.sm's password:
For changes to the official docs (which you're trying to push directly
to when using the above URL) you want to fork the repo first
to get your own copy. If you then push changes to that repo on a branch
different than master gitlab will show you an URL to create a merge
request. More details are here:
The upside is that the CI tests run on the MRs right away making sure
the sphinx docs still build correctly.
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