Help us map the reproducible builds ecosystem
holger at layer-acht.org
Wed Aug 11 16:33:50 UTC 2021
thanks for your feedback!
On Thu, Aug 05, 2021 at 04:46:27PM +0100, Richard Purdie wrote:
> For yocto, we can generate packages and we do run tests of our default config
> on those:
> so 36 exclusions (known issues, effectively golang) of 34170 packages.
> This is for our core layer only though. There are many layers/configurations
> and our aim is to provide the tools and configurations that let anyone build
> something which is reproducible and prove that though testing themselves. We
> therefore use our core test as an indication that we can build reproducible
> things and that our testing process works.
layers in yocto are like a core layer and a kde layer and then when you add
a cups layer kde is build with cups support (and else not), or what are layers
If so I think it's yet something different (though more similar) to eg OpenWrt
hich has different configurations and packages for different targets...
(more similar because iirc one can configure different libc implementation
on OpenWrt which will affect packages builds.)
or how would you describe this layer concept? :)
> From Yocto, this then feeds into Linux distros from our members/users like
> Wind River, Montavista, ENEA, Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), OpenBMC and
> many other projects, some we know, many we don't. An example end result would
> be reproducible binaries in your car, aeroplane and TV :)
> Not sure how that looks on your map! We struggle a lot to know where Yocto
> ends up too.
> FWIW we've been trying to get people to add known users to
> https://wiki.yoctoproject.org/wiki/Project_Users but that is ongoing and
> currently far from being even remotely complete.
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