Hi this is opinionated but very useful. I have a couple of newbie questions.

Did you try these scripts on Debian stable as host ?

Why do we need two virtualization systems (schroot for sbuild & lxc for
autopkgtest) ?

Would it be possible to use only one (for example lxc) ?


On 28/11/2016 08:27, Pirate Praveen wrote:
> Hi,
> I find these scripts very useful so I thought of sharing it more widely.
> I use it for ruby, go and nodejs packages.
> Scripts are here
> https://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/pkg-ruby-extras/pkg-ruby-extras.git
> 1. git clone
> 2. add cloned location to PATH,
> 3. and run `setup`, (this will create sbuild chroot and lxc-container)
> 4. then run `build` when you want to build a package from its source
> tree (those who have upload access can use build-and-upload).
> Features:
> 1. It will build in a clean chroot using sbuild,
> 2. it will run autopkgtest in an lxc container,
> 3. it will offer to run autopkgtest of any or all reverse dependencies,
> 4. it will also offer to rebuild all or any reverse build dependencies.
> It is very convenient when updating packages, especially for major
> updates that may break reverse dependencies.
> It could end up in a package some time in the future when it is made
> more generic https://lists.debian.org/debian-ruby/2016/11/msg00011.html
> Thanks
> Praveen

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