[Libreoffice] Build install for DEBS
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Fri Jan 14 23:16:21 PST 2011
Icecream allows you to spread the compile across multiple machines.
On 1/14/11 4:06 PM, Andy Brown wrote:
> On Fri Jan 14 2011 01:03:13 GMT-0800 (PST) Michael Meeks wrote:
>> Hi Andy,
>> On Thu, 2011-01-13 at 19:24 -0800, Andy Brown wrote:
>>> I have been able to download and build the main branch for LibO.
>>> Could some kind soul tell me how, or point me to a wiki page, to
>>> build the deb packages so that I can install on another Ubuntu machine?
>> Great news :-) if you have lots of Linux machines, I hope you're
>> icecream to harness that build horsepower for faster parallel builds.
> I only have two Linux machines. One is quite a bit aged. I have no
> idea what icecream is but will look it up and see if it will work.
>> Anyhow - LibreOffice is quite an unusual package; a developer
>> is entirely re-locatable; so if you have run:
>> ooinstall <directory>
>> you should be able to just copy that directory to another
>> location or
>> another machine, and it should just work :-) [ assuming you compiled on
>> the oldest (version wise) distribution ].
> I will try that.
>> Of course; clean, distro packaging is a different matter, best to
>> Rene or Doko about that.
> Maybe they will see this and drop me a note.
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