Re: [announce] buildroot-s6 0.4.0

2016-01-30 Thread Laurent Bercot
On 30/01/2016 00:14, Alex Suykov wrote: I don't like the idea of introducing dozens of tiny packages, one per daemons per service manager, which is probably the only way of doing this with common package managers. It's not the only way, but it's the only scalable way, from a maintainability

Re: [announce] buildroot-s6 0.4.0

2016-01-29 Thread Alex Suykov
Wed, Jan 27, 2016 at 01:16:05PM +0100, Laurent Bercot wrote: > And so, daemon packages need to be separated into "mechanism" (the > daemon itself) and "policy" (the way to start it), with as many > "policy" packages as there are supported service managers. This got me thinking of possible

Re: [announce] buildroot-s6 0.4.0

2016-01-27 Thread Laurent Bercot
On 27/01/2016 07:59, Eric Le Bihan wrote: The version 0.4.0 of buildroot-s6, a set of Makefiles to generate embedded Linux systems using s6 as init system, is available [1]. Nice ! Thanks Eric. buildroot-s6 is a sandbox to play with the s6 stack and see how it could be integrated into the

[announce] buildroot-s6 0.4.0

2016-01-26 Thread Eric Le Bihan
Hi! The version 0.4.0 of buildroot-s6, a set of Makefiles to generate embedded Linux systems using s6 as init system, is available [1]. What's new? - rename ok-* bundles to bundle-* - s6: bump version to 2.2.4.3 - skalibs: bump version to 2.3.9.0 - s6-rc: bump version to 0.0.2.1 - execline: