Am Sonntag, 21. Februar 2021, 21:43:20 CET schrieb L A Walsh:
On 2021/02/19 14:14, Axel Braun wrote:
One can always build locally against OBS repos.
One can always have a risc-chip virtual machine that builds
your repos on your local machine, but that doesn't mean the resulting
binary is installable on your local machine.
As OBS sets up a clean build environment you can compile against targets that
do not match your setup
I may of course have gaps in my understanding :-)
Me as well, I guess
Yeah, your build target also has to be installable on your
local machine. That's a primary reason for building on my local
machine. The resulting rpm will use the libs on my machine
at build time, and can be installed and work after they are built.
Using a foreign or virtual environment won't let you build, necessarily,
for installation on your local machine.
I feel here's the gap: Depending on how 'individual' your system is your
installs on your machine, but on no other.
Having a clean and reproduceable build environment is a *big* advantage in