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switching to lithium for building from git

asked 2015-06-11 16:25:55 -0700

lmcdasm gravatar image

hey there.

I am pulling down the repos with git and i want to make sure that im changing / getting the correct lithium builds for each project. Here is what im doing. Can someone tell me if this is the correct method / i am getting the latest Lithium code base?

Many thanks! Daniel

<< Procedure for building Lithium >> A) for PROJECT in aaa affinity bgpcep controller defense4all dlux docs groupbasedpolicy integration l2switch lispflowmapping odlparent opendove openflowjava openflowplugin opflex ovsdb packetcable releng/autorelease releng/builder reservation sdninterfaceapp sfc snbi snmp4sdn tcpmd5 toolkit ttp vtn yangtools; do git clone https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/${PROJECT}.git ${PROJECT}; done

B) for i in ls; do cd $i git checkout stable/lithium done

C) export MAVEN_OPTS="-Xmx1024m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m"

D) for i in affinity bgpcep controller lispflowmapping openflowjava openflowplugin ovsdb/commons/parent vtn yangtools; do (cd "$i" && mvn clean install ); done

is this close to right at all?

Cheers

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answered 2015-06-22 14:39:17 -0700

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Pull from the default repository and you will get the latest Lithium snapshot. See this answer.

The latest code, which will eventually become Lithium is in origin/master.

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