[SailfishDevel] Compile without Scratchbox2 environment
yuvraaj at gmail.com
Fri Dec 22 08:09:15 UTC 2017
I want to create a Docker image for Sailfish development.
I know it is possible to create a Docker image with sb2 in it; I've done
that for other sb2 toolchains - Maemo and Harmattan.
However, those images can only run as privileged Docker containers because
of sb2 bind mounts (I think).
I'd like to avoid being forced to run privileged Docker containers.
Also, running sb2 inside a Docker container seems like inception.
If it is possible to install the Sailfish toolchain without sb2, it should
be possible to capture that into a non-privileged Docker image. (I hope)
The documentation for anything related to scratchbox is either hard to
google or has broken links to maemo.org or is just non-existant.
As to why Docker and not sb2: "Why not?" and "Better documentation"
On Thu, Dec 21, 2017 at 11:56 PM, Tone Kastlunger <users.giulietta at gmail.com
> Out of curiosity, what's blocking you from using scratchbox?
> On Fri, Dec 22, 2017 at 7:53 AM, Yuvraaj Kelkar <yuvraaj at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Any other ideas?
>> On 12/21/17 8:08 PM, Juice wrote:
>>> Yuvraaj Kelkar kirjoitti torstai 21. joulukuuta 2017:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> Is it possible to compile for sailfish without using scratchbox2?
>>>> Sure, just compile in the device itself... :)
>>> - juice -
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