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development [2015/02/04 10:06]
matthias [Web Interface] first version of web dev help.
development [2018/01/20 09:02]
matthias [Development] some notes about the goals
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 With this toolchain you can easily build your own OpenWRT images which allows for developing and quickly building images for testing on a **real** system. With this toolchain you can easily build your own OpenWRT images which allows for developing and quickly building images for testing on a **real** system.
  
 +The ongoing development is following the [[goals|Goals of the PirateBox project]]. As an result of these goals, some features will stays in the wiki as an Step-by-Step DIY features, others will be included and/or stay optional in the package.
 ===== PirateBox structure ===== ===== PirateBox structure =====
 PirateBox is based on OpenWRT and thus is able to use its build helpers. One very powerful feature of the OpenWRT build system are [[http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​doc/​devel/​feeds|feeds]]. Feeds basically are collections of packages, they can be local or remote. This allows to easily add new package repositories to be included in the OpenWRT build. PirateBox is based on OpenWRT and thus is able to use its build helpers. One very powerful feature of the OpenWRT build system are [[http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​doc/​devel/​feeds|feeds]]. Feeds basically are collections of packages, they can be local or remote. This allows to easily add new package repositories to be included in the OpenWRT build.
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 PirateBox has its own [[https://​github.com/​PirateBox-Dev/​openwrt-piratebox-feed|feed]],​ which means all you need is the OpenWRT build system and the [[https://​github.com/​PirateBox-Dev/​openwrt-piratebox-feed|PirateBox feed]] and you are good to go. PirateBox has its own [[https://​github.com/​PirateBox-Dev/​openwrt-piratebox-feed|feed]],​ which means all you need is the OpenWRT build system and the [[https://​github.com/​PirateBox-Dev/​openwrt-piratebox-feed|PirateBox feed]] and you are good to go.
  
 +A detailed overview of the different github repositories can found on [[:​development:​git_repositories|this page]].
 ===== Helpers ===== ===== Helpers =====
 To give you a kickstart, there are some helper scripts that will set up the development environment for you, help building images and remastering them. To give you a kickstart, there are some helper scripts that will set up the development environment for you, help building images and remastering them.