[Buildroot] [PATCH] opkg: Add option to enable package verification support with GnuPG
thomas.petazzoni at free-electrons.com
Thu Feb 28 14:38:19 UTC 2013
Dear Philipp Claves,
On Thu, 28 Feb 2013 15:04:42 +0100, Philipp Claves wrote:
> This set of patches enables the opkg support for verifying package signatures
> with gnupg.
> The first two patches add the required libraries (libassuan and libgpgme).
> The third adds new option: opkg-gnupg-support. It selects the needed packages
> and sets the --enable-gpg configure option for opkg.
> The patch dependency chain is:
> (0003) opkg -> (0002) libgpgme -> (0001) libassuan
> Comments are welcome.
Thanks, they look (almost) good! Could you submit them, one mail per
patch, preferably using git send-email?
On libassuan, please wrap the help text, and add a final newline at the
end of the .mk file.
On libgpgme, please wrap the help text, add the final newline at the
end of the .mk file. The --with-gpg=/usr/bin/gpg doesn't look very
good. gpg is not a mandatory dependency of Buildroot, so if libgpgme
really needs gpg, then we should build host-gnupg I guess. But does it
really need it? Can you detail this --with-gpg option? Or maybe it's
just the path where gpg will be installed on the target? If it's the
case, then maybe a comment would be appropriate to clarify this.
In the opkg patch, in the .mk file, you should use
BR2_PACKAGE_OPKG_GPG_SIGN in your condition rather than
BR2_PACKAGE_LIBGPGME. Also, in your Config.in, you add GNUPG as a
dependency, but it is not listed in the .mk file. This is sometimes
correct if it is only a runtime dependency, in which case we usually
put a comment in the Config.in just above the corresponding select line.
Thomas Petazzoni, Free Electrons
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