[arch-releng] archiso: also putting the hour in version string
Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi
vmlinuz386 at yahoo.com.ar
Wed Aug 17 22:38:55 EDT 2011
On 08/15/2011 02:14 PM, Dieter Plaetinck wrote:
> On Mon, 15 Aug 2011 01:43:49 -0300
> Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi<vmlinuz386 at yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
>> On 08/14/2011 08:13 AM, Dieter Plaetinck wrote:
>>> I would like to run multiple builds per day. For this I would like to also put the hour of building in the iso filenames.
>>> something like:
>>> diff --git a/configs/releng/build.sh b/configs/releng/build.sh
>>> index 1aa80fd..7fce685 100755
>>> --- a/configs/releng/build.sh
>>> +++ b/configs/releng/build.sh
>>> @@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ set -e -u
>>> iso_label="ARCH_$(date +%Y%m)"
>>> -version=$(date +%Y.%m.%d)
>>> +version=$(date +%Y.%m.%d.%H)
>>> arch=$(uname -m)
>>> Or, maybe this is too releng-specific (i.e. most people who run archiso probably prefer $(date +%Y.%m.%d), in which case: can you give archiso a flag so that I can control the version as a parameter?
>>> ./build.sh all_iso_single 2011.08.14.12
>>> ./build.sh all_iso_dual 2011.08.14.12
>>> ./build.sh all_iso_dual 2011.08.14-lets-try-some-new-code
>>> passing it as a flag would also be more robust. Things could go wrong (I think?) if the all_iso_single runs at 23:45 of one day and all_iso_dual runs at 00:15 the next morning.
>> Do not worry about this. You guess about LABEL? Not an issue, LABEL for
>> dual is also generated at build time (not read from "single" work). Also
>> you can have a 201112 and 201201. :P
> That's the point. If I build multiple isos after each other (like first single isos, then duals) I want all of them to have the same version.
>> what do you think about via env var?
> It's possible but I don't like it. If we already have option passing through cmdline args, I think we should pass new options that way too.
> Also it makes it very clear to the user what you can do (implenting ./build.sh -h which would show all flags with explanation)
> while you're at it, probably a good idea to use getopt and make verbosity also controllable with a flag. (now my code needs to call sed on your script..)
How about this?
usage ./build.sh [options] command <command options>
-N <iso_name> Set an iso filename (prefix)
-V <iso_version> Set an iso version (in filename)
-L <iso_label> Set an iso label (disk label)
-D <install_dir> Set an install_dir (directory inside iso)
-w <work_dir> Set the working directory
-o <out_dir> Set the output directory
-v Enable verbose output
-h This help message
build <mode> <type>
Build selected .iso by <mode> and <type>
Clean working directory except iso/ directory of build <mode>
Clean working directory and .iso file in output directory of
<mode> Valid values 'single' or 'dual'
<type> Valid values 'net', 'core' or 'all'
Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi
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