Add initial support for ARM based systems. - try 2
applied and pushed
----- Original Message -----
> David Marlin wrote:
> > Will Woods wrote:
> >> On Mon, 2012-06-11 at 10:30 -0500, David Marlin wrote:
> >>> This is my second attempt to add ARM support to Lorax. Based on
> >>> feedback and comments from other users we have reworked the patch
> >>> to
> >>> install all supported ARM kernel variants to create a single
> >>> install
> >>> tree. This eliminates the platform hash/lookup from the earlier
> >>> version and simplifies the patch a bit.
> >>> The patch was made against lorax/master, and tested by applying
> >>> it
> >>> to lorax-17.25.
> >> Overall the patch looks pretty clean. I'm not sure about the
> >> bcj_arch
> >> values, though:
> >>> diff --git a/src/pylorax/__init__.py b/src/pylorax/__init__.py
> >>> index 25cccb3..0606fbd 100644
> >>> --- a/src/pylorax/__init__.py
> >>> +++ b/src/pylorax/__init__.py
> >>> @@ -57,7 +57,10 @@ class ArchData(DataHolder):
> >>> lib64_arches = ("x86_64", "ppc64", "sparc64", "s390x",
> >>> "ia64")
> >>> bcj_arch = dict(i386="x86", x86_64="x86",
> >>> ppc="powerpc", ppc64="powerpc",
> >>> - sparc="sparc", sparc64="sparc")
> >>> + sparc="sparc", sparc64="sparc",
> >>> + armv5tel="arm", armv7l="arm",
> >>> + armv7hl="armhfp")
> >>> +
> >>> def __init__(self, buildarch):
> >>> self.buildarch = buildarch
> >>> self.basearch = getBaseArch(buildarch)
> >> The 'bcj_arch' dict is for use with the LZMA2 "BCJ filter"
> >> compression
> >> feature (as used by mksquashfs). Valid BCJ arches for arm are
> >> "arm" and
> >> "armthumb", at least in my version of mksquashfs.
> >> The BCJ filter basically does some address conversion magic on
> >> executable code to make it compress better, so it depends on the
> >> instruction set / address size being used. I'm pretty sure we want
> >> "arm"
> >> for all of the arm basearches we care about.
> > Thank you for the explanation. I was just setting up the two
> > basearches we use, without really understanding what the bcj_arch
> > required. As I understand it, all our ARM kernels support thumb,
> > but
> > none of them are really using it, so using 'arm' for all sounds
> > right.
> > I will incorporate this change along with any other suggestions
> > when I
> > submit the revised patch.
> I have incorporated all suggestions and recreated the patch
> I applied it to the lorax-17.26 SRPM, built, and tested it on Trim
> and Highbank ARM systems.
> If there are no additional suggestions, please apply this to
> Thank you,
> > Thanks again,
> > d.marlin
> > ==========
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