Commit 9835ec34 authored by Daniel Kahn Gillmor's avatar Daniel Kahn Gillmor Committed by Holger Levsen

s/varitations/variations/

Signed-off-by: Daniel Kahn Gillmor's avatarDaniel Kahn Gillmor <dkg@fifthhorseman.net>
Signed-off-by: Holger Levsen's avatarHolger Levsen <holger@layer-acht.org>
parent 1982d5a2
......@@ -285,7 +285,7 @@ write_page_intro() {
local BUILD_ENVIRONMENT=" in a Debian environment"
local BRANCH="master"
if [ "$1" = "coreboot" ] ; then
write_page " <p><em>Reproducible Coreboot</em> is an effort to apply this to coreboot. Thus each coreboot.rom is build twice (without payloads), with a few varitations added and then those two ROMs are compared using <a href=\"https://tracker.debian.org/diffoscope\">diffoscope</a>. Please note that the toolchain is not varied at all as the rebuild happens on exactly the same system. More variations are expected to be seen in the wild.</p>"
write_page " <p><em>Reproducible Coreboot</em> is an effort to apply this to coreboot. Thus each coreboot.rom is build twice (without payloads), with a few variations added and then those two ROMs are compared using <a href=\"https://tracker.debian.org/diffoscope\">diffoscope</a>. Please note that the toolchain is not varied at all as the rebuild happens on exactly the same system. More variations are expected to be seen in the wild.</p>"
local PROJECTNAME="$1"
local PROJECTURL="https://review.coreboot.org/p/coreboot.git"
elif [ "$1" = "OpenWrt" ] || [ "$1" = "LEDE" ]; then
......@@ -295,23 +295,23 @@ write_page_intro() {
else
local PROJECTURL="https://git.lede-project.org/source.git"
fi
write_page " <p><em>Reproducible $PROJECTNAME</em> is an effort to apply this to $PROJECTNAME. Thus each $PROJECTNAME target is build twice, with a few varitations added and then the resulting images and packages from the two builds are compared using <a href=\"https://tracker.debian.org/diffoscope\">diffoscope</a>. $PROJECTNAME generates many different types of raw <code>.bin</code> files, and diffoscope does not know how to parse these. Thus the resulting diffoscope output is not nearly as clear as it could be - hopefully this limitation will be overcome eventually, but in the meanwhile the input components (uImage kernel file, rootfs.tar.gz, and/or rootfs squashfs) can be inspected. Also please note that the toolchain is not varied at all as the rebuild happens on exactly the same system. More variations are expected to be seen in the wild.</p>"
write_page " <p><em>Reproducible $PROJECTNAME</em> is an effort to apply this to $PROJECTNAME. Thus each $PROJECTNAME target is build twice, with a few variations added and then the resulting images and packages from the two builds are compared using <a href=\"https://tracker.debian.org/diffoscope\">diffoscope</a>. $PROJECTNAME generates many different types of raw <code>.bin</code> files, and diffoscope does not know how to parse these. Thus the resulting diffoscope output is not nearly as clear as it could be - hopefully this limitation will be overcome eventually, but in the meanwhile the input components (uImage kernel file, rootfs.tar.gz, and/or rootfs squashfs) can be inspected. Also please note that the toolchain is not varied at all as the rebuild happens on exactly the same system. More variations are expected to be seen in the wild.</p>"
elif [ "$1" = "NetBSD" ] ; then
write_page " <p><em>Reproducible NetBSD</em> is an effort to apply this to NetBSD. Thus each NetBSD target is build twice, with a few varitations added and then the resulting files from the two builds are compared using <a href=\"https://tracker.debian.org/diffoscope\">diffoscope</a>. Please note that the toolchain is not varied at all as the rebuild happens on exactly the same system. More variations are expected to be seen in the wild.</p>"
write_page " <p><em>Reproducible NetBSD</em> is an effort to apply this to NetBSD. Thus each NetBSD target is build twice, with a few variations added and then the resulting files from the two builds are compared using <a href=\"https://tracker.debian.org/diffoscope\">diffoscope</a>. Please note that the toolchain is not varied at all as the rebuild happens on exactly the same system. More variations are expected to be seen in the wild.</p>"
local PROJECTNAME="netbsd"
local PROJECTURL="https://github.com/jsonn/src"
elif [ "$1" = "FreeBSD" ] ; then
write_page " <p><em>Reproducible FreeBSD</em> is an effort to apply this to FreeBSD. Thus FreeBSD is build twice, with a few varitations added and then the resulting filesystems from the two builds are put into a compressed tar archive, which is finally compared using <a href=\"https://tracker.debian.org/diffoscope\">diffoscope</a>. Please note that the toolchain is not varied at all as the rebuild happens on exactly the same system. More variations are expected to be seen in the wild.</p>"
write_page " <p><em>Reproducible FreeBSD</em> is an effort to apply this to FreeBSD. Thus FreeBSD is build twice, with a few variations added and then the resulting filesystems from the two builds are put into a compressed tar archive, which is finally compared using <a href=\"https://tracker.debian.org/diffoscope\">diffoscope</a>. Please note that the toolchain is not varied at all as the rebuild happens on exactly the same system. More variations are expected to be seen in the wild.</p>"
local PROJECTNAME="freebsd"
local PROJECTURL="https://github.com/freebsd/freebsd.git"
local BUILD_ENVIRONMENT=", which via ssh triggers a build on a FreeBSD 10.3 system"
local BRANCH="release/10.3.0"
elif [ "$1" = "Arch Linux" ] ; then
local PROJECTNAME="Arch Linux"
write_page " <p><em>Reproducible $PROJECTNAME</em> is an effort to apply this to $PROJECTNAME. Thus $PROJECTNAME packages are build twice, with a few varitations added and then the resulting packages from the two builds are compared using <a href=\"https://tracker.debian.org/diffoscope\">diffoscope</a>. Please note that the toolchain is not varied at all as the rebuild happens on exactly the same system. More variations are expected to be seen in the wild.</p>"
write_page " <p><em>Reproducible $PROJECTNAME</em> is an effort to apply this to $PROJECTNAME. Thus $PROJECTNAME packages are build twice, with a few variations added and then the resulting packages from the two builds are compared using <a href=\"https://tracker.debian.org/diffoscope\">diffoscope</a>. Please note that the toolchain is not varied at all as the rebuild happens on exactly the same system. More variations are expected to be seen in the wild.</p>"
elif [ "$1" = "fedora-23" ] ; then
local PROJECTNAME="Fedora 23"
write_page " <p><em>Reproducible $PROJECTNAME</em> is an effort to apply this to $PROJECTNAME. Thus $PROJECTNAME packages are build twice, with a few varitations added and then the resulting packages from the two builds are compared using <a href=\"https://tracker.debian.org/diffoscope\">diffoscope</a>. Please note that the toolchain is not varied at all as the rebuild happens on exactly the same system. More variations are expected to be seen in the wild.</p>"
write_page " <p><em>Reproducible $PROJECTNAME</em> is an effort to apply this to $PROJECTNAME. Thus $PROJECTNAME packages are build twice, with a few variations added and then the resulting packages from the two builds are compared using <a href=\"https://tracker.debian.org/diffoscope\">diffoscope</a>. Please note that the toolchain is not varied at all as the rebuild happens on exactly the same system. More variations are expected to be seen in the wild.</p>"
write_page " <p>Please note that this set up is as new as December 12th, so quite some things are still lacking, eg. https://github.com/kholia/ReproducibleBuilds is not followed at all yet and there are no variations introduced for the 2nd build. Also only a subset of all source packages is currently being tested. OTOH this setup is mature enough that it requires very few trivial changes to build all 17080 source packages in $PROJECTNAME, if it were sensible. Which it isn't right now, but should be soon.</p>"
fi
if [ "$1" != "Arch Linux" ] && [ "$1" != "fedora-23" ] ; then
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