r3598 - jhalfs/branches/ablfs

pierre at linuxfromscratch.org pierre at linuxfromscratch.org
Fri Mar 9 09:06:15 PST 2012

Author: pierre
Date: 2012-03-09 10:06:11 -0700 (Fri, 09 Mar 2012)
New Revision: 3598


Modified: jhalfs/branches/ablfs/FUNCTION_LIST
--- jhalfs/branches/ablfs/FUNCTION_LIST	2012-03-08 21:27:02 UTC (rev 3597)
+++ jhalfs/branches/ablfs/FUNCTION_LIST	2012-03-09 17:06:11 UTC (rev 3598)
@@ -6,33 +6,16 @@
 Functions are listed in alphabetical order, with a short description and the
 file where they are defined.
-From common/libs/func_blfs_deps.
-Description:  Since the URLS and MD5 of BLFS dependencies are hardcoded,
-there is no easy way to extrat them. So this function adds them at the
-end of `urls.lst'.
-Called by: create_urls
-From common/libs/func_blfs_deps.
-Description:  Copies the scriptlets from `blfs-tools-deps' to the
-subdirectory `blfs-tools-deps' in `${PROGNAME}-commands'. Must
-be called from `$JHALFSDIR' where `$COMMON/blfs-tools-deps' should have
-been copied first. Removes `$JHALFSDIR/blfs-tools-deps' at the end.
-Called by: extract_commands
+From common/libs/func_install_blfs.
+Description: Copy the needed files to `BLFS_ROOT'. Initialize
+the package tracking. Generates a `configuration' file from
+the tool dependencies settings, and use it to generate
+scriptlets from the blfs book. Uses those scriptlets to download the
+needed tarballs. Then generates a Makefile for building the dependencies.
+Called by: jhalfs
-From common/libs/func_blfs_deps.
-Description: Writes Makefile entries for BLFS tools dependencies.
-should be called from the `${PROGNAME}-commands' directory and
-with `$MKFILE' set.
-TODO: Notice that tidy, unzip, lynx and docbook versions are hardcoded there.
-TODO: This function does not implement the mechanism described in
-`README.CUSTOM' for the `ddd-d-scriptlet' naming scheme.
-Called by: build_Makefiles (from master.sh)
-Uses: makefile helper functions to write in makefile.
 From common/libs/func_download_pkgs.
 Description:  Downloads packages if `GETPKG' is `y'. Writes package name

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