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Re: Opam installation woes

On 7 Aug 2012, at 23:34, Richard Mortier <Richard.Mortier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 

> On 7 Aug 2012, at 17:04, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote:
>> ...Jon, any chance you could get a local install of OPAM running to fix 
>> this, as I don't have a Linux box handy until Friday.  The procedure is:
>> $ <fork github.com/mirage/opam-repository>
>> $ rm -rf ~/.opam
>> $ cd your/opam-repo
>> $ opam init -kind rsync default .
>> At this point, you can make changes in opam-repo, run "opam update" and see 
>> them reflected immediately.
>> $ <Fix the re and uri packages to add the configure doc disale as described 
>> by Thomas below.>
>> $ <pull request to opam-repository>
> (fwiw i've just done this in my fork of opam-repo-dev, and sent a pull req.  
> jon, by all means give this a go if you haven't fixed it yourself already...)

All merged to opam-repo-dev. Btw, I don't seem to get notification of pull 
requests to Mirage organisation repos, so feel free to push directly to 
mirage/opam-repo-dev if it fixes your problem.

I think it's high time we setup a little continuous build VM.  Thomas, is there 
an easy way to iterate through every package and attempt a compilation? I could 
do a big 'opam install `opam list`'-style command, but something that has 
reasonable logging for failures would be useful.




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