libgtpnl migrated to gerrit

Harald Welte laforge at gnumonks.org
Sun Nov 12 14:17:35 UTC 2017


Hi all,

FYI: I migrated libgtpnl (the kernel-GTP netlink interface helper
library used by OpenGGSN and OsmoGGSN) to gerrit earlier today.  This
means direct pushes to git.osmocom.org no longer work and you will have
to submit modifications via gerrit, as we do for all our other major
repositories.

I've also set up a gerrit build verification job via jenkins-job-builder
and added a corresponding contrib/jenkins.sh script to it.

The buildhosts now need libmnl-dev as build dependency installed.  I
added this to our current debian8 + debian9 build slaves and the wiki
documentation about them.

In other news: libgtpnl is already part of the network:osmocom:nightly
and network:osmocom:latest feeds for some weeks.  I intend to test
kernel GTP support in osmo-ggsn soon and then change the package builds
to include kernel-gtp support via libgtpnl by default.

Regards,
	Harald

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