Hi, I'm working through your helloworld example.
git checkout v17.01.2 and v17.01.4 fail. I did a git init and it still failed. So my first question what should populate source directory? I pulled over openwrt-17.01.4.tar.gz unpacked it and used that. Most of what followed in the tutorial was okay.
./scripts/feeds update mypackages
./scripts/feeds install -a -p mypackages // it could not find a few thing so I cleaned the file feeds.conf.default to advance a wee bit.
make package/helloworld/compile stan@IanMSI ~/buildbot/source $ make package/helloworld/compile make package/helloworld/compile make -r package/helloworld/compile: build failed. Please re-run make with -j1 V=s to see what's going on /home/stan/buildbot/source/include/toplevel.mk:198: recipe for target 'package/helloworld/compile' failed make: *** [package/helloworld/compile] Error 1 stan@IanMSI ~/buildbot/source $ make -j1 V=s package/helloworld/compile make: Entering directory '/home/stan/buildbot/source' make: *** No rule to make target 'package/helloworld/compile'. Stop. make: Leaving directory '/home/stan/buildbot/source' /home/stan/buildbot/source/include/toplevel.mk:198: recipe for target 'package/helloworld/compile' failed make: *** [package/helloworld/compile] Error 2
Maybe I should start from the beginning with how I should init git and from exactly where to pull in whatever should be in the directory buildbot/source? Please help Ian.