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> From: openembedded-devel-boun...@lists.openembedded.org
> [mailto:openembedded-devel-boun...@lists.openembedded.org] On Behalf Of
> Beth 'pidge' Flanagan
> Sent: den 8 februari 2018 17:21
> To: openembedded-devel@lists.openembedded.org
> Subject: [oe] [RFC] Using OE with Fossology.
> 
> All,
> 
> I wanted to make folks aware that we've released a new layer to do
> automated fossology runs within OE. The old spdx.bbclass is bitrot and
> we needed something to make some of our license clearance and tracking
> easier to manage.
> 
> http://layers.openembedded.org/layerindex/branch/master/layer/meta-license-tools/
> 
> This layer takes patched archives created by the source archiver during
> the build and, using a utility we wrote called fossup, sends them on to
> a fossology instance for out of build scanning.
> 
> The impact on build times is relatively small. If you want to use it,
> you'll need to install fossup (https://gitlab.com/toganlabs/fossup), set

Any particular reason you don't provide a recipe for fossup in the 
layer so you can avoid having to install it manually?

> up the fossup rc file to point to your fossology instance (all of this
> is in the README), and ensure that the bits needed for an archiver build
> are included in your local.conf
> 
> Typically this will look like the following:
> 
> INHERIT += "archiver"
> ARCHIVER_MODE[src] = "patched"
> ARCHIVER_MODE[diff] = "0"
> ARCHIVER_MODE[dumpdata] = "0"
> ARCHIVER_MODE[recipe] = "1"
> COPYLEFT_LICENSE_INCLUDE = 'GPL* LGPL*'
> COPYLEFT_LICENSE_EXCLUDE = 'CLOSED Proprietary'
> COPYLEFT_RECIPE_TYPES = 'target'
> INHERIT += "fossology"
> 
> Feedback welcome of course.
> 
> -b
> 
> ----
> Beth 'pidge' Flanagan
> pi...@toganlabs.com

//Peter

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