Porting hardware testing tool to snappy Ubuntu core

Ted Gould ted at ubuntu.com
Tue Jun 2 13:09:14 UTC 2015

On Tue, 2015-06-02 at 14:52 +0200, Zygmunt Krynicki wrote:

> Lastly there's the question of language runtimes. I talked to ogra on 
> IRC earlier today and he confirmed that all language runtimes will be 
> removed down the line. Should we start exploring making each runtime 
> that we use and rely on a framework?

Can't comment as much on the other pieces, but here you should be
planning to bundle the runtime that you test with into your package.
We're working on tools to make that easier. If your package uses the
same version of, for instance Python, as another application the
deduplication algorithms should take into account the sharing between
packages. This way a framework is not needed, and if you need to carry a
specific patch or a specific version of Python you don't need to worry
about the framework supporting that.

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