[Glass] Issue #260: eliminate reliance on 32 bit devKitCommanLine image -- call for volunteers

Dale Henrichs dale.henrichs at gemtalksystems.com
Mon Nov 4 11:02:43 PST 2019

I've opened an issue_260 team discusstion[1] for further discussion on 
this topic.


[1] https://github.com/orgs/GsDevKit/teams/issue_260/discussions/1

On 11/4/19 10:31 AM, Dale Henrichs wrote:
> On 11/4/19 9:52 AM, BrunoBB via Glass wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Now i'm in the same page as Jupiter.
>> There were some errors with variables but it was because i defined variables
>> with export command rather than in .profile file (in Ubuntu) and it seems
>> scripts has no knowledge of shell variables.
> So you had to hand edit things? The script should have defined all of 
> the needed env vars in custom_stone.env and other than $GS_HOME you 
> shouldn't have to mess with .profile files ... which env vars did you 
> define in .profile files?
>> No i get "realpath: command not found".
> ... and this is the edit that I (thought) I had asked Jupiter to make ...
> I was busy with family (my birthday:) over the weekend, so I apologize 
> for not getting involved earlier ....  I appreciate the fact that you 
> and Jupiter took the time to figure things out ....
> I'm kinda concerned that without making changes to the README and 
> scripts, the next person to try will also fail, so any of the manual 
> steps that both you and Jupiter took need to be addressed ...
> AFAICT, there are two errors
>  1. realpath on Mac --- are you running on a Mac or a LInux box or ???
>  2.  the unconditional `updateGsDevKit -gdtcs` ... which is only
>     needed if you are going to do development in an existing
>     GsDevKit_home installation ...
> I'm developing on Linux, so realpath was not a problem (Jupiter do you 
> have a fix, or are you waiting for me to patch the problem) ... and I 
> skipped the `updateGsDevKit -gdtcs` step when I was doing my testing 
> (without trying the full process on a virgin clone) and things ran 
> smoothly for me ...
> Sooo if there are other problems I guess I need to be able to 
> reproduce them in my environment so that I can figure out what needs 
> to be fixed ...
> Also we should probably take this discussion over to the issue_260 
> discussion list[1]
> Dale
> [1] https://github.com/orgs/GsDevKit/teams/issue_260
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