[Buildroot] [PATCH 1/1] openpgm: disable on AVR32

Alexander Lukichev alexander.lukichev at gmail.com
Sun Nov 3 11:10:27 UTC 2013

Hi Arnout,

10/31/2013 07:39 PM, Arnout Vandecappelle wrote:
>> +comment "openpgm is BROKEN on AVR32"
>> +    depends on BR2_avr32
>  This comment isn't needed. We don't do it for other packages, and
> adding it would make it even more work to disable architectures.
Understood. I was angry at openpgm :)

>>       bool "PGM/EPGM support"
>>       depends on BR2_PACKAGE_ZEROMQ
>> +    depends on !BR2_avr32
>  zeromq has a lot of reverse dependencies: cppzmq, czmq, filemq,
> mongrel2, [python-pyzmq not necessary because python needs MMU], [zmqpp
> already disabled for avr32]. And there's one more transitive dependency
> to zyre. So all these should also be disabled.

I do not understand. Why should they be disabled? This patch does not
disable the zeromq library, merely PGM support in it. I may be mistaken
but "users" of zeromq that we have in Buildroot do not actually require
this feature (PGM support). Or am I missing the point?

Thanks for your comments!

Best regards,
  Alexander Lukichev

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