I have been experimenting with this, and have successfully packaged base. I
figured out that make packages would do that.
I have been unable to figure out how to package the kernel yet. Is it possible
at this stage to do that with another command, or is it something that will be
added later? I would love to be an early tester, and help out with this effort.
> On Dec 18, 2015, at 8:05 PM, Baptiste Daroussin <b...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 18, 2015 at 03:21:13PM -0800, Roger Marquis wrote:
>> Forwarding this from freebsd-security in case anyone here can update us
>> regarding the status of base packaging or has URLs for projects/release-pkg.
> Packaging base is happening here:
> It is mostly stalled for month due to lack of time working on it.
> The TODO list is mostly:
> - implement priotity in plist for pkg to ensure the ordre files will be
> - finishing flexible dependencies and use it by default in pkg
> - tracking down all issues from installworld that results files not installed
> install(1) and files installed twice
> In my opinion it should not be made the default mechanism for 11.0-RELEASE if
> are not able to provide our first packages for testing by the end of january
> leave enough time for testing and fixes before the release.
> While I was pretty confident few month ago, things has changed since and I
> cannot spend the necessary time on it for various reasons.
> Best regards,
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