opkg | 25 Jul 16:31 2014

Issue 139 in opkg: --download-only upgrade option to download file:// packages to cache

Status: New
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New issue 139 by evensonb...@...: --download-only upgrade
option to  
download file:// packages to cache
http://code.google.com/p/opkg/issues/detail?id=139

This issue was tested and confirmed on opkg version 0.1.8 (subversion  
revision 649).

The user can specify to download packages before upgrading by calling "opkg  
--download-only upgrade" on the command line.  This works as expected for  
remote package feeds and downloads the packages that are to be upgraded to  
the opkg cache directory.  However, if the package feed is locally  
available (specified with the file:// URI) the packages are not downloaded  
to the cache directory.

It is assumed that the original intent behind this behavior is that there  
is no need to copy the package to the cache if it is locally available.   
However, this is not always the case.  file:// could refer to removable  
media (such as an SD card or a USB thumb drive) or to a network mapped  
drive.  In either of these cases, the package is not guaranteed to stay  
present and downloading packages to cache may be the desired operation.

To fix this issue, opkg should download even file:// packages to the  
cache.  There may be cases where someone does not want the locally  
available packages to download to cache, so reasonable options should be  
available to specify whether to download file:// packages to cache or not.   
Or, opkg could just always download all packages to cache when  
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opkg | 25 Jul 14:05 2014

Re: Issue 124 in opkg: Upgrade of a package do not upgrade the depends


Comment #35 on issue 124 by paul.betafive: Upgrade of a package do not  
upgrade the depends
http://code.google.com/p/opkg/issues/detail?id=124

The 'for-0.2.3/fix-124' branch has passed all my local tests so it's ready  
to merge to opkg-0.2.x in preparation for a v0.2.3 release in the next  
couple of weeks.

I'd just like to check if my recent changes reduced the number of notices  
you were getting from opkg. It should be much better now, let me know if it  
isn't.

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opkg | 19 Jul 17:05 2014

Re: Issue 110 in opkg: opkg cannot create some sub-directories for itself

Updates:
	Status: Fixed

Comment #6 on issue 110 by paul.betafive: opkg cannot create some  
sub-directories for itself
http://code.google.com/p/opkg/issues/detail?id=110

Fixed in master.

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opkg | 19 Jul 17:04 2014

Re: Issue 106 in opkg: Developer documentation

Updates:
	Status: Fixed

Comment #3 on issue 106 by paul.betafive: Developer documentation
http://code.google.com/p/opkg/issues/detail?id=106

Fixed in master.

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opkg | 14 Jul 16:13 2014

Re: Issue 124 in opkg: Upgrade of a package do not upgrade the depends


Comment #34 on issue 124 by paul.betafive: Upgrade of a package do not  
upgrade the depends
http://code.google.com/p/opkg/issues/detail?id=124

I've pushed a couple of further changes to the branch on bitbucket, they  
should clean up a couple of bugs I noticed I had introduced (incorrect  
state_want values, incorrect handling of held packages) and should reduce  
the number of "Not selecting..." notices you see. I've ensured this passes  
the test suite but it does still need further review before merging to the  
opkg-0.2.x branch.

These changes might not catch all the unwanted "Not selecting..." notices  
so could you try out these changes and send me the output produced by opkg?  
We can then look at whether there are more messages we need to remove.

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opkg | 11 Jul 15:15 2014

Re: Issue 124 in opkg: Upgrade of a package do not upgrade the depends


Comment #33 on issue 124 by paul.betafive: Upgrade of a package do not  
upgrade the depends
http://code.google.com/p/opkg/issues/detail?id=124

It does sound like the number of notices emitted by opkg in these cases  
would get rather annoying. I'll have a look at what I can do to reduce them  
now that the behaviour of opkg seems to be correct.

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opkg | 11 Jul 13:31 2014

Re: Issue 124 in opkg: Upgrade of a package do not upgrade the depends


Comment #32 on issue 124 by muuscl...@...: Upgrade of a package
do  
not upgrade the depends
http://code.google.com/p/opkg/issues/detail?id=124

I have a further comment.
If I call a "opkg --combine list-upgradable" I get this message (also  
without the --combine option): "Not selecting kernel 3.15.4.64 as  
installing it would break existing dependencies."
I think, this message will be OK, if I do not use --combine, but not with  
this option.
Also I think this message should also be shown (if --combine is not given)  
for e.g. the network package, witch depends on the kernel. But that package  
will be shown normal as upgrade able.
Is it possible to remove this message if --combine is set and shown the  
kernel normal as upgrade able?

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opkg | 11 Jul 10:33 2014

Issue 138 in opkg: URL encode file names

Status: New
Owner: ----

New issue 138 by federico...@...: URL encode file names
http://code.google.com/p/opkg/issues/detail?id=138

We use openwrt on the Arduino Yun  
http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardYun?from=Products.ArduinoYUN

Arduino uses DreamHost as file storage. DreamHost fails when the file you  
request has a "+" in the name: it expects the url to be encoded (and thus  
the "+" should be a "%2B")

We patched opkg_dowload.c to replace "+" with "%2B"

The patch is available at
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/arduino/openwrt-yun/master/package/opkg/patches/090-urlencode-pluses.patch

It introduces a new function called

file_name_url_encode

we call once with

char *new_src = file_name_url_encode(src, '+', "%2B");

Please consider applying this patch.

Thank you

Federico

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opkg | 9 Jul 12:00 2014

Issue 137 in opkg: Some deb packages are installed with no files

Status: New
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Labels: Type-Defect Priority-Medium

New issue 137 by d...@...: Some deb packages are installed with
no  
files
http://code.google.com/p/opkg/issues/detail?id=137

I have created multiple debian packages. They are all fine except for the  
attached one.

The package installs without producing any warnings or errors. But after  
installation no new files appear on the system. When I query opkg for  
installed files for the package it also returns no results:

     opkg files libgbm1
     Package libgbm1 (10.2.0~rc4-2wld) is installed on root and has the  
following files:

Few packages from official Debian repo also have the same behavior. For  
example this one:  
http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/pool/main/k/keyutils/libkeyutils1_1.5.5-3_amd64.deb

I'm using opkg 0.2.2 built from source with no extra patches. The system is  
x86_64 GNU/Linux.

Attachments:
	libgbm1_10.2.0~rc4-2wld_amd64.deb  46.3 KB

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bjswati | 7 Jul 14:35 2014
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Introduction and starting off with OPKG

Hi There ,

I am a beginner and very new to OPKG.
I am glad I found this group.... I have downloaded the source code opkg-0.2.2

I basically want to implement downloading, installing, uninstalling and certificate/signature
validation of HTML5 apps .

I have just started off.
Could you please help with documentation, redirect me to APIs and how can they be used, and help me kick start
with OPKG.

Thanks and Regards,
Swati


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