Continuing from here:
Ok I have a mypackagesrepo local directory containing a package1/Makefile. My feeds.config has a src-link or src-cpy that describes mypackagesrepo.
I update and install the feeds all or just mypackagesrepo
What I should obtain ?
Meaning my mypackagesrepo/package1 folder contains a Makefile this file define Package/package1 I can see it under make menuconfig/examples. The Makefile contains a SOURCE_DIR parameter pointing to another folder on my PC called pkg1
My question are :
1- Should folder pkg1 contain a tar or gzip or whatsoever file or could contains just a plain .c file (i.e. helloword.c) and a Makefile ?
2- Does my feed Makefile with the
# This command is always the last, it uses the definitions and variables we give above in order to get the job done $(eval $(call BuildPackage,package1))
Override the Makefile in my pkg1 folder or do I need a Makefile in there ?
Asking this because normal feeds seems to me downloading compressed archives that I presume contains their own Makefile.
Please be patient I am new to all of this. Ready to rephrase redescribe everything if it’s not clear. Thanks