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From Guo Gang <paul...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Replace git submodule with git clone + file with commit number?
Date Mon, 04 Jul 2016 12:16:58 GMT
All of our work is to make build easy. We expect users to easily
compile a hawq build with all features we could provide in an
automatic way.

We previously had pgcrypto, pl/r and gporca submodules.

For pgcrypto and pl/r, specific versions should be used and simple
patching is needed (so that it could build using hawq makefiles).
They do not have independent build framework.

gpoca could be built separately and then we could pass some paths
to hawq in theory - this is actually the old hawq+gporca build solution.

I do not think users like building themselves, and making them work with
It is not that simple. If users do not have access to Internet that could
be a concern, but as I said, private mirrors of dependencies + simple make
modifications (If they have git code in related paths, even no mirror is
would be a better solution.


2016-07-02 6:34 GMT+08:00 Roman Shaposhnik <roman@shaposhnik.org>:

> On Fri, Jul 1, 2016 at 12:31 AM, Guo Gang <paulguo@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Those submodules will be git-cloned and then compiled only with specific
> > options are enabled in configure command. If users want to build them
> without
> > Internet connection they will have to download related git repo with
> specific
> > commit number in advance and copy them to hawq repo. Or they can set up
> > internal git repos and modify the git addresses in hawq source.
> I just don't understand why are you requiring everything to be built from
> scratch vs. having CMake pick up dependencies from locations specified
> by the user. That'd be a much cleaner way in my view.
> And when I say a much cleaner way -- I mean that we're unlikely to get
> downstream consumers such as Linux Distributions and Apache Bigtop
> interested in bundling HAWQ unless we can solve this build complexity.
> Thanks,
> Roman.

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