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initial support for building linux kernel with buildrump.sh #78
This commit introduces a new options for buildrump.sh, which is '-l'
Since LKL is not yet upstreamed and development is still ongoing, the
Currently, when '-l' option is specified, NetBSD rump kernel code will
A few more travis tests are also added though it's only build tests at
Signed-off-by: Hajime Tazaki email@example.com
referenced this pull request
Jan 18, 2016
I have cleaned up, refactored/rebased, rewritten the commit message, and travis script to raise this PR up again.
To summarize, I followed @anttikantee's suggestion (below) to not treat an alternate rump kernel as a second-class citizen. The split files (netbsd.sh and linux.sh) from the main script are for the purpose, but still leave the default build to NetBSD rump kernel as it was.
I will fill another PR to rumprun later.