I’m trying to make a qpr package of a BSP and I experiencing some problems.
Here’s the scenario:
I make the package with following command (the default values are taken from
the previous package):
packager -p -m hicosh4-1.0beta-emtrio.qpr hicosh4/
when the packager asks for a install script I give it the post-install.sh
which is located in the working directory.
After answering the questions the qpr package is ready without errors.
If I now install the package I can find following messages from the packager
----------- snip --------------
08:05:59 STATUS: Script: Executes a post-install blocking script
1.0beta Beta release 12)
08:06:00 STATUS: Script complete (Executes a post-install blocking script
------------ snap -------------
There are no messages indicating any errors. However, If I now look at the
pkgs directory I see that the
file is not there!?
I can find the /pkgs/repository/emtrio/hicosh4/core-1.0beta directory, but
it contains no “scripts” dirrectory.
Oddly the installer didn’t complain about executing a script which doesn’t
After building the package my package source directory (hicosh4) contains
the script with following path:
I don’t know why it is there and the next time I try to make the package the
packager complains :
“Searching for all files to include…
Warning: Uncommon directory paths have been detected.
[caused by: hicosh4//emtrio]”
This problem is solved by removing the emerged path, but it’s surely not
meant to be that way, right?
Am I missing something here? Are there any known “gotchas” when working with
the packager install scripts?
Thanks for any help