[Xen-devel] [OSSTEST PATCH V2] build: fix configuration of libvirt

Jim Fehlig posted 1 patch 3 days ago
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ts-libvirt-build | 16 ++++------------
1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 12 deletions(-)

[Xen-devel] [OSSTEST PATCH V2] build: fix configuration of libvirt

Posted by Jim Fehlig 3 days ago
libvirt.git commit 2621d48f00 removed the last traces of gnulib, which
also removed the '--no-git' option from autogen.sh. Unknown options are
now passed to the configure script, which quickly fails with

  configure: error: unrecognized option: `--no-git'

Remove the gnulib handling from ts-libvirt-build, including the '--no-git'
option to autogen.sh. While at it remove configure options no longer
supported by the libvirt configure script.

Signed-off-by: Jim Fehlig <jfehlig@suse.com>
---

The only change from V1 is adding Ian to cc.

I have poor perl skills, but hopefully this fixes the latest build
failures of the libvirt test project, e.g.

http://logs.test-lab.xenproject.org/osstest/logs/146921/build-amd64-libvirt/6.ts-libvirt-build.log

 ts-libvirt-build | 16 ++++------------
 1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 12 deletions(-)

diff --git a/ts-libvirt-build b/ts-libvirt-build
index e799f003..ac5afcf2 100755
--- a/ts-libvirt-build
+++ b/ts-libvirt-build
@@ -26,8 +26,7 @@ tsreadconfig();
 selectbuildhost(\@ARGV);
 builddirsprops();
 
-our %submodmap = qw(gnulib gnulib
-                    keycodemapdb keycodemapdb);
+our %submodmap = qw(keycodemapdb keycodemapdb);
 our $submodules;
 
 sub libvirtd_init ();
@@ -50,12 +49,6 @@ sub config() {
     }
     die "no xen prefix" unless $xenprefix;
 
-    # Uses --no-git because otherwise autogen.sh will undo
-    # submodulefixup's attempts to honour
-    # revision_libvirt_gnulib. This in turn requires that we specify
-    # --gnulib-srcdir, but ./autogen.sh doesn't propagate
-    # --gnulib-srcdir to ./bootstap so we use GNULIB_SRCDIR directly.
-    my $gnulib = submodule_find($submodules, "gnulib");
     target_cmd_build($ho, 3600, $builddir, <<END);
         cd libvirt
 	mkdir build
@@ -63,10 +56,9 @@ sub config() {
         CFLAGS="-g -I$xenprefix/include/" \\
         LDFLAGS="-g -L$xenprefix/lib/ -Wl,-rpath-link=$xenprefix/lib/" \\
         PKG_CONFIG_PATH="$xenprefix/lib/pkgconfig/" \\
-        GNULIB_SRCDIR=$builddir/libvirt/$gnulib->{Path} \\
-            ../autogen.sh --no-git \\
-                         --with-libxl --without-xen --without-xenapi --without-selinux \\
-                         --without-lxc --without-vbox --without-uml \\
+            ../autogen.sh \\
+                         --with-libxl --without-selinux \\
+                         --without-lxc --without-vbox \\
                          --without-qemu --without-openvz --without-vmware \\
                          --sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var #/
 END
-- 
2.25.0


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Re: [Xen-devel] [OSSTEST PATCH V2] build: fix configuration of libvirt

Posted by Ian Jackson 3 days ago
Jim Fehlig writes ("[OSSTEST PATCH V2] build: fix configuration of libvirt"):
> libvirt.git commit 2621d48f00 removed the last traces of gnulib, which
> also removed the '--no-git' option from autogen.sh. Unknown options are
> now passed to the configure script, which quickly fails with
> 
>   configure: error: unrecognized option: `--no-git'
> 
> Remove the gnulib handling from ts-libvirt-build, including the '--no-git'
> option to autogen.sh. While at it remove configure options no longer
> supported by the libvirt configure script.

Harmf.  Thanks for looking into this and trying to fix this mess.

I think there is a problem with your patch, which is that 2621d48f00
is recent enough that we might want still to be able to build with
earlier versions.

Is there an easy way to tell (by looking at the tree after checkout,
maybe) whether to do the old or the new thing ?

Your perl code looks good to me for what it is trying to do.

Thanks,
Ian.

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