[Buildroot] Libtool error with AVR32

Ivan Kuten ivan.kuten at promwad.com
Fri Sep 28 19:42:48 UTC 2007

> Well, I'm thinking about doing this, yes. The problem with a project
> like buildroot (or any distribution) is that it's a moving target per
> definition. Software receives bug-fixes (upstream) or fancy features
> that you may want to use, so you have to update packages sometimes.
> We don't add much new "features", really. Except for huge experimental
> bundles like xorg only a small number of packages are added (which is a
> good thing since they cost time to keep uptodate).

I think it would be good to create a -testing branch and to push in this
branch fixes and additions. And main branch keep stable as possible.

Also it would be useful to create something like this "http://kegel.com/crosstool/crosstool-0.43/buildlogs/"
but for package/target status.

I can help if we decide to do something in that direction.

Best regards,

Embedded Linux engineer,
Promwad Company: http://www.promwad.com/
Homepage : http://www.ivankuten.com/

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