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authorThanos Doukoudakis <>2019-01-19 15:19:08 (GMT)
committerThanos Doukoudakis <>2019-02-28 13:32:43 (GMT)
commit68c789ed93624620348b32ec92490c9bfc537a25 (patch)
tree99191bbb8ea3ee9e077f04b63d7bc250955ddf3c /Swift/Packaging/Debian/Dockerfile.source
parentf11ef30f7fe576723f71c2c6a9061ec7ef9472bd (diff)
Create Debian packages using Docker
This patch will setup Docker containers to build the source and Debian packages. The script will use the private key under gpg-keys folder to sign the Debian packages. If the folder is not there or doesn’t exist then the build will fail. Keys are expected to be in .asc format, unencrypted and not password protected. Added .dockerignore file to avoid copying the cache files to the container. The output is stored in out/ folder and the folder structure is ready for script. SWIFT_PACKAGE_PLATFORMS defines the platforms that it will be build for. Default values are: ubuntu:bionic ubuntu:cosmic debian:stretch debian:sid. DOCKERRUNEXTRAFLAGS variable can set additional flags for Docker builders. Currently is set to --privileged to avoid an issue during build with Qt5.11.1 Updated the Debian repo scripts to new distributions and Docker changes. Test-Information: Run the script and created source & binaries for all the distributions. Verified that changelog, compact, control, copyright, rules and source/format exist under the Debian folder when building the Debian package. Created tags and generated dev builds, rc builds, and release builds to test the output of the different release channels. Created a container, tested the Swift and Swiften packages, and the installations: Tested the following debs with piuparts in a docker container of the system they are build for. No errors raised and a few warnings related with chroot (which fails within a docker container) *libswiften-dev-dbgsym*.deb, *libswiften-dev_*.deb *libswiften5-dbgsym_*.deb *libswiften5_*.deb *swift-im-dbgsym_*.deb *swift-im_*.deb Installed the above packages and verified the install with swift-im –version, headers exist in /usr/include/Swiften/ and under /usr/lib/. Verified the gpg signatures on the .changes and .buildinfo files. Tested the output with the and the import was successful. Verified the .changes and .buildinfo files with lintion which reported the following errors and warnings (there are differences between different channels release, beta, development): E: swift-im changes: bad-distribution-in-changes-file development E: swift-im changes: multiple-distributions-in-changes-file beta development W: libswiften5: new-package-should-close-itp-bug W: libswiften-dev: new-package-should-close-itp-bug W: swift-im: new-package-should-close-itp-bug Tested that the man page exists after installing in a docker container (ubuntu xenial, debian stetch, debian sid). Change-Id: Ic28d2731bbca34716645e76e7e7e7e8183dea4f8
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diff --git a/Swift/Packaging/Debian/Dockerfile.source b/Swift/Packaging/Debian/Dockerfile.source
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+FROM debian:stretch
+VOLUME ["/gpg-keys"]
+RUN \
+ apt-get -qq update && \
+ apt-get install -y lintian devscripts scons build-essential pkg-config libssl-dev qt5-default libqt5x11extras5-dev libqt5webkit5-dev qtmultimedia5-dev qttools5-dev-tools qt5-image-formats-plugins libqt5svg5-dev libminiupnpc-dev libnatpmp-dev libhunspell-dev libxml2-dev libxss-dev libboost-dev libboost-filesystem-dev libboost-program-options-dev libboost-regex-dev libboost-signals-dev libboost-system-dev libboost-thread-dev libboost-date-time-dev libidn11-dev docbook-xsl docbook-xml xsltproc libxml2-utils libsqlite3-dev zlib1g-dev help2man && \
+ apt-get clean
+COPY swift-src /swift-src
+CMD \
+ gpg --allow-secret-key-import --import /gpg-keys/*.asc && \
+ cd /swift-src && \
+ mv swift-im_*.orig.tar.gz ../ && \
+ debuild -i -I -S --lintian-opts --pedantic && \
+ mv /swift-im* /out/