How to publish a piece of software in python?
iknowjoseph at gmail.com
Sun Nov 29 20:16:19 CET 2009
An ipk file is just a load of files packaged together. These are
distributed as you see fit, then opkg "installs" your application by
extracting the relevant files to the places you want them. All very
easy (said, literally, as an average Joe) if you use the ipkg-build
script. More info:
Of course, a good way to learn is to grab any ipk file, extract it,
and see what it does.
2009/11/29 Ivo van den Maagdenberg <ivo.vdmaagdenberg at gmail.com>:
> I have a rather simple request: what is the procedure to publish a set
> of python script files, into a distributable package for releasing it
> to the opkg feeds?
> http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Toolchain posed me some challanges. After reaching
> "How to create your own project from the sample project" it seems this
> whole method is for a c-programs... this turns me down, sorry.
> So, where is the simple 5-10 step procedure for average joes like me?
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