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authorGravatar Thomas De Schampheleire <patrickdepinguin@gmail.com>2014-05-02 07:47:30 +0200
committerGravatar Peter Korsgaard <peter@korsgaard.com>2014-05-02 10:27:59 +0200
commit86a415df8a26c0a13af964097ea0a46060a33cb1 (patch)
tree059ff62c8216351cdfab062621587842c0e154e9 /docs/manual
parent4e5515382de952664398e1b8378b662d07f762e5 (diff)
manual: use one-line titles instead of two-line titles (trivial)
Asciidoc supports two syntaxes for section titles: two-line titles (title plus underline consisting of a particular symbol), and one-line titles (title prefixed with a specific number of = signs). The two-line title underlines are: Level 0 (top level): ====================== Level 1: ---------------------- Level 2: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Level 3: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Level 4 (bottom level): ++++++++++++++++++++++ and the one-line title prefixes: = Document Title (level 0) = == Section title (level 1) == === Section title (level 2) === ==== Section title (level 3) ==== ===== Section title (level 4) ===== The buildroot manual is currenly using the two-line titles, but this has multiple disadvantages: - asciidoc also uses some of the underline symbols for other purposes (like preformatted code, example blocks, ...), which makes it difficult to do mass replacements, such as a planned follow-up patch that needs to move all sections one level down. - it is difficult to remember which level a given underline symbol (=-~^+) corresponds to, while counting = signs is easy. This patch changes all two-level titles to one-level titles in the manual. The bulk of the change was done with the following Python script, except for the level 1 titles (-----) as these underlines are also used for literal code blocks. This patch only changes the titles, no other changes. In adding-packages-directory.txt, I did add missing newlines between some titles and their content. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- #!/usr/bin/env python import sys import mmap import re for input in sys.argv[1:]: f = open(input, 'r+') f.flush() s = mmap.mmap(f.fileno(), 0) # Level 0 (top level): ====================== = # Level 1: ---------------------- == # Level 2: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ === # Level 3: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ==== # Level 4 (bottom level): ++++++++++++++++++++++ ===== def replace_title(s, symbol, replacement): pattern = re.compile(r'(.+\n)\%s{2,}\n' % symbol, re.MULTILINE) return pattern.sub(r'%s \1' % replacement, s) new = s new = replace_title(new, '=', '=') new = replace_title(new, '+', '=====') new = replace_title(new, '^', '====') new = replace_title(new, '~', '===') #new = replace_title(new, '-', '==') s.seek(0) s.write(new) s.resize(s.tell()) s.close() f.close() ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Signed-off-by: Thomas De Schampheleire <thomas.de.schampheleire@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Peter Korsgaard <peter@korsgaard.com>
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56 files changed, 155 insertions, 302 deletions
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages-autotools.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages-autotools.txt
index cc668b526c..c7e797f878 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages-autotools.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages-autotools.txt
@@ -1,13 +1,11 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Infrastructure for autotools-based packages
+=== Infrastructure for autotools-based packages
-+autotools-package+ tutorial
+==== +autotools-package+ tutorial
First, let's see how to write a +.mk+ file for an autotools-based
package, with an example :
@@ -67,8 +65,7 @@ package to be built.
-+autotools-package+ reference
+==== +autotools-package+ reference
The main macro of the autotools package infrastructure is
+autotools-package+. It is similar to the +generic-package+ macro. The ability to
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages-cmake.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages-cmake.txt
index 29f2b8f127..d648fee352 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages-cmake.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages-cmake.txt
@@ -1,13 +1,11 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Infrastructure for CMake-based packages
+=== Infrastructure for CMake-based packages
-+cmake-package+ tutorial
+==== +cmake-package+ tutorial
First, let's see how to write a +.mk+ file for a CMake-based package,
with an example :
@@ -66,8 +64,7 @@ package to be built.
-+cmake-package+ reference
+==== +cmake-package+ reference
The main macro of the CMake package infrastructure is
+cmake-package+. It is similar to the +generic-package+ macro. The ability to
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages-conclusion.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages-conclusion.txt
index 8e1b2c6a73..93f90a419d 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages-conclusion.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages-conclusion.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
+=== Conclusion
As you can see, adding a software package to Buildroot is simply a
matter of writing a Makefile using an existing example and modifying it
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages-directory.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages-directory.txt
index 52eb6539db..5d4d5d9f0b 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages-directory.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages-directory.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Package directory
+=== Package directory
First of all, create a directory under the +package+ directory for
your software, for example +libfoo+.
@@ -13,8 +12,7 @@ one of these categories, then create your package directory in these.
New subdirectories are discouraged, however.
-+Config.in+ file
+=== +Config.in+ file
Then, create a file named +Config.in+. This file will contain the
option descriptions related to our +libfoo+ software that will be used
@@ -52,8 +50,7 @@ source "package/libfoo/Config.in"
-Choosing +depends on+ or +select+
+==== Choosing +depends on+ or +select+
The +Config.in+ file of your package must also ensure that
dependencies are enabled. Typically, Buildroot uses the following
@@ -164,8 +161,8 @@ Further formatting details: see xref:writing-rules-config-in[the
coding style].
-Dependencies on target and toolchain options
+==== Dependencies on target and toolchain options
Many packages depend on certain options of the toolchain: the choice of
C library, C++ support, largefile support, thread support, RPC support,
IPv6 support, wchar support, or dynamic library support. Some packages
@@ -268,8 +265,8 @@ use in the comment.
** Dependency symbol: +!BR2_PREFER_STATIC_LIB+
** Comment string: +dynamic library+
-Dependencies on a Linux kernel built by buildroot
+==== Dependencies on a Linux kernel built by buildroot
Some packages need a Linux kernel to be built by buildroot. These are
typically kernel modules or firmware. A comment should be added in the
Config.in file to express this dependency, similar to dependencies on
@@ -285,8 +282,8 @@ kernel, use this format:
foo needs a toolchain w/ featA, featB, featC and a Linux kernel to be built
-Dependencies on udev /dev management
+==== Dependencies on udev /dev management
If a package needs udev /dev management, it should depend on symbol
+BR2_PACKAGE_HAS_UDEV+, and the following comment should be added:
@@ -301,8 +298,8 @@ management, use this format:
foo needs udev /dev management and a toolchain w/ featA, featB, featC
-The +.mk+ file
+=== The +.mk+ file
Finally, here's the hardest part. Create a file named +libfoo.mk+. It
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages-generic.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages-generic.txt
index faee3e9e69..1567487740 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages-generic.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages-generic.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Infrastructure for packages with specific build systems
+=== Infrastructure for packages with specific build systems
By 'packages with specific build systems' we mean all the packages
whose build system is not one of the standard ones, such as
@@ -11,8 +10,7 @@ system is based on hand-written Makefiles or shell scripts.
-+generic-package+ tutorial
+==== +generic-package+ tutorial
01: ################################################################################
@@ -159,8 +157,7 @@ Makefile code necessary to make your package working.
-+generic-package+ reference
+==== +generic-package+ reference
There are two variants of the generic target. The +generic-package+ macro is
used for packages to be cross-compiled for the target. The
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages-gettext.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages-gettext.txt
index 98c994cdaf..d265607672 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages-gettext.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages-gettext.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Gettext integration and interaction with packages
+=== Gettext integration and interaction with packages
Many packages that support internationalization use the gettext
library. Dependencies for this library are fairly complicated and
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages-hooks.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages-hooks.txt
index d96c991cb0..164315d936 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages-hooks.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages-hooks.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Hooks available in the various build steps
+=== Hooks available in the various build steps
The generic infrastructure (and as a result also the derived autotools
and cmake infrastructures) allow packages to specify hooks.
@@ -40,8 +39,7 @@ endef
-Using the +POST_RSYNC+ hook
+==== Using the +POST_RSYNC+ hook
The +POST_RSYNC+ hook is run only for packages that use a local source,
either through the +local+ site method or the +OVERRIDE_SRCDIR+
mechanism. In this case, package sources are copied using +rsync+ from
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages-luarocks.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages-luarocks.txt
index 6e68852d3f..766a4fe2af 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages-luarocks.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages-luarocks.txt
@@ -1,13 +1,11 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Infrastructure for LuaRocks-based packages
+=== Infrastructure for LuaRocks-based packages
-+luarocks-package+ tutorial
+==== +luarocks-package+ tutorial
First, let's see how to write a +.mk+ file for a LuaRocks-based package,
with an example :
@@ -48,8 +46,7 @@ package to be built.
-+luarocks-package+ reference
+==== +luarocks-package+ reference
LuaRocks is a deployment and management system for Lua modules, and supports
various +build.type+: +builtin+, +make+ and +cmake+. In the contetx of
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages-perl.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages-perl.txt
index 53aacbd11c..4062646f45 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages-perl.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages-perl.txt
@@ -1,13 +1,11 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Infrastructure for Perl/CPAN packages
+=== Infrastructure for Perl/CPAN packages
-+perl-package+ tutorial
+==== +perl-package+ tutorial
First, let's see how to write a +.mk+ file for a Perl/CPAN package,
with an example :
@@ -67,8 +65,7 @@ following things should be checked.
-+perl-package+ reference
+==== +perl-package+ reference
As a policy, packages that provide Perl/CPAN modules should all be
named +perl-<something>+ in Buildroot.
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages-python.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages-python.txt
index 8f78f89973..d7ce387778 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages-python.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages-python.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Infrastructure for Python packages
+=== Infrastructure for Python packages
This infrastructure applies to Python packages that use the standard
Python setuptools mechanism as their build system, generally
@@ -10,8 +9,7 @@ recognizable by the usage of a +setup.py+ script.
-+python-package+ tutorial
+==== +python-package+ tutorial
First, let's see how to write a +.mk+ file for a Python package,
with an example :
@@ -61,8 +59,7 @@ built.
-+python-package+ reference
+==== +python-package+ reference
As a policy, packages that merely provide Python modules should all be
named +python-<something>+ in Buildroot. Other packages that use the
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages-tips.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages-tips.txt
index ceaba8e0c2..9266af6755 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages-tips.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages-tips.txt
@@ -1,12 +1,10 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Tips and tricks
+=== Tips and tricks
-Package name, config entry name and makefile variable relationship
+==== Package name, config entry name and makefile variable relationship
In Buildroot, there is some relationship between:
@@ -36,8 +34,7 @@ using the following rules:
-How to add a package from github
+==== How to add a package from github
Packages on github often don't have a download area with release tarballs.
However, it is possible to download tarballs directly from the repository
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages-virtual.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages-virtual.txt
index c1b5a0a4ab..1c1116f2bc 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages-virtual.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages-virtual.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Infrastructure for virtual packages
+=== Infrastructure for virtual packages
@@ -16,16 +15,14 @@ The implementation of this API is different for the 'Allwinner Tech Sunxi' and
the 'Texas Instruments OMAP35xx' plaftorms. So +libgles+ will be a virtual
package and +sunxi-mali+ and +ti-gfx+ will be the providers.
-+virtual-package+ tutorial
+==== +virtual-package+ tutorial
In the following example, we will explain how to add a new virtual package
('something-virtual') and a provider for it ('some-provider').
First, let's create the virtual package.
-Virtual package's +Config.in+ file
+==== Virtual package's +Config.in+ file
The +Config.in+ file of virtual package 'something-virtual' should contain:
@@ -42,8 +39,7 @@ In this file, we declare two options, +BR2_PACKAGE_HAS_SOMETHING_VIRTUAL+ and
+BR2_PACKAGE_PROVIDES_SOMETHING_VIRTUAL+, whose values will be used by the
-Virtual package's +*.mk+ file
+==== Virtual package's +*.mk+ file
The +.mk+ for the virtual package should just evaluate the +virtual-package+ macro:
@@ -60,8 +56,7 @@ The +.mk+ for the virtual package should just evaluate the +virtual-package+ mac
The ability to have target and host packages is also available, with the
+host-virtual-package+ macro.
-Provider's +Config.in+ file
+==== Provider's +Config.in+ file
When adding a package as a provider, only the +Config.in+ file requires some
modifications. The +*.mk+ file should follow the Buildroot infrastructure with
@@ -92,8 +87,7 @@ provider, but only if it is selected.
Of course, do not forget to add the proper build and runtime dependencies for
this package!
-Notes on depending on a virtual package
+==== Notes on depending on a virtual package
When adding a package that requires a certain +FEATURE+ provided by a virtual
package, you have to use +depends on BR2_PACKAGE_HAS_FEATURE+, like so:
@@ -107,8 +101,7 @@ config BR2_PACKAGE_FOO
-Notes on depending on a specific provider
+==== Notes on depending on a specific provider
If your package really requires a specific provider, then you'll have to
make your package +depends on+ this provider; you can _not_ +select+ a
diff --git a/docs/manual/adding-packages.txt b/docs/manual/adding-packages.txt
index dbba93055f..31f92f42af 100644
--- a/docs/manual/adding-packages.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/adding-packages.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Adding new packages to Buildroot
+== Adding new packages to Buildroot
This section covers how new packages (userspace libraries or
applications) can be integrated into Buildroot. It also shows how
diff --git a/docs/manual/advanced.txt b/docs/manual/advanced.txt
index fb337f5f71..0ad79f7b1b 100644
--- a/docs/manual/advanced.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/advanced.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Advanced usage
+== Advanced usage
diff --git a/docs/manual/appendix.txt b/docs/manual/appendix.txt
index a83ecea1a7..35328c6797 100644
--- a/docs/manual/appendix.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/appendix.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
+= Appendix
@@ -11,22 +10,19 @@ include::makeusers-syntax.txt[]
// Automatically generated lists:
-List of target packages available in Buildroot
+== List of target packages available in Buildroot
-List of host utilities available in Buildroot
+== List of host utilities available in Buildroot
The following packages are all available in the menu +Host utilities+.
-Deprecated features
+== Deprecated features
The following features are marked as _deprecated_ in Buildroot due to
them being either too old or unmaintained. They will be removed at
diff --git a/docs/manual/beyond-buildroot.txt b/docs/manual/beyond-buildroot.txt
index a0d4af0a74..5b99613ee5 100644
--- a/docs/manual/beyond-buildroot.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/beyond-buildroot.txt
@@ -1,14 +1,11 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Beyond Buildroot
+= Beyond Buildroot
-Boot the generated images
+== Boot the generated images
-NFS boot
+=== NFS boot
To achieve NFS-boot, enable _tar root filesystem_ in the _Filesystem
images_ menu.
@@ -24,8 +21,7 @@ Remember to add this path to +/etc/exports+.
Then, you can execute a NFS-boot from your target.
+== Chroot
If you want to chroot in a generated image, then there are few thing
you should be aware of:
diff --git a/docs/manual/ccache-support.txt b/docs/manual/ccache-support.txt
index fe06a01faf..c6771bd1e4 100644
--- a/docs/manual/ccache-support.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/ccache-support.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Using +ccache+ in Buildroot
+=== Using +ccache+ in Buildroot
http://ccache.samba.org[ccache] is a compiler cache. It stores the
object files resulting from each compilation process, and is able to
diff --git a/docs/manual/common-usage.txt b/docs/manual/common-usage.txt
index c9d5eb967b..3d5842d333 100644
--- a/docs/manual/common-usage.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/common-usage.txt
@@ -1,13 +1,11 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Daily use
+== Daily use
-Offline builds
+=== Offline builds
If you intend to do an offline build and just want to download
all sources that you previously selected in the configurator
@@ -20,8 +18,7 @@ all sources that you previously selected in the configurator
You can now disconnect or copy the content of your +dl+
directory to the build-host.
-Building out-of-tree
+=== Building out-of-tree
As default, everything built by Buildroot is stored in the directory
+output+ in the Buildroot tree.
@@ -63,8 +60,7 @@ and +-C <...>+, simply run (in the output directory):
-Environment variables
+=== Environment variables
Buildroot also honors some environment variables, when they are passed
to +make+ or set in the environment:
@@ -113,8 +109,7 @@ or +g+++ for building helper-binaries on your host, then do
$ make HOSTCXX=g++-4.3-HEAD HOSTCC=gcc-4.3-HEAD
-Dealing efficiently with filesystem images
+=== Dealing efficiently with filesystem images
Filesystem images can get pretty big, depending on the filesystem you choose,
the number of packages, whether you provisioned free space... Yet, some
@@ -152,8 +147,7 @@ your filesystem, those parts may not be all-zeroes when read back). You
should only use sparse files when handling files on the build machine, not
when transferring them to an actual device that will be used on the target.
-Graphing the dependencies between packages
+=== Graphing the dependencies between packages
@@ -204,8 +198,7 @@ supported.
BR2_GRAPH_OUT=svg make graph-depends
-Graphing the build duration
+=== Graphing the build duration
diff --git a/docs/manual/configure.txt b/docs/manual/configure.txt
index c1c9477a2e..0f755fc122 100644
--- a/docs/manual/configure.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/configure.txt
@@ -2,16 +2,14 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Details on Buildroot configuration
+== Details on Buildroot configuration
All the configuration options in +make *config+ have a help text
providing details about the option. However, a number of topics
require additional details that cannot easily be covered in the help
text and are there covered in the following sections.
-Cross-compilation toolchain
+=== Cross-compilation toolchain
A compilation toolchain is the set of tools that allows you to compile
code for your system. It consists of a compiler (in our case, +gcc+),
@@ -61,8 +59,7 @@ chosen, a number of configuration options appear, they are detailed in
the following sections.
-Internal toolchain backend
+==== Internal toolchain backend
The _internal toolchain backend_ is the backend where Buildroot builds
by itself a cross-compilation toolchain, before building the userspace
@@ -128,8 +125,7 @@ Drawbacks of this backend:
using the _External toolchain backend_.
-External toolchain backend
+==== External toolchain backend
The _external toolchain backend_ allows to use existing pre-built
cross-compilation toolchains. Buildroot knows about a number of
@@ -219,8 +215,7 @@ Drawbacks of this backend:
fix from the toolchain vendor, unless you build your external
toolchain by yourself using Crosstool-NG.
-/dev management
+=== /dev management
On a Linux system, the +/dev+ directory contains special files, called
_device files_, that allow userspace applications to access the
@@ -309,8 +304,7 @@ needed, in which case *Dynamic using mdev* is usually a good solution.
Note that if +systemd+ is chosen as init system, /dev management will
be performed by the +udev+ program provided by +systemd+.
-init system
+=== init system
The _init_ program is the first userspace program started by the
kernel (it carries the PID number 1), and is responsible for starting
diff --git a/docs/manual/contribute.txt b/docs/manual/contribute.txt
index 47494cb3ca..54da1028ae 100644
--- a/docs/manual/contribute.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/contribute.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Contributing to Buildroot
+= Contributing to Buildroot
There are many ways in which you can contribute to Buildroot: analyzing
and fixing bugs, analyzing and fixing package build failures detected by
@@ -23,8 +22,7 @@ source code tarball. Git is the easiest way to develop from and directly
send your patches to the mailing list. Refer to xref:getting-buildroot[]
for more information on obtaining a Buildroot git tree.
-Reproducing, analyzing and fixing bugs
+== Reproducing, analyzing and fixing bugs
A first way of contributing is to have a look at the open bug reports in
the https://bugs.busybox.net/buglist.cgi?product=buildroot[Buildroot bug
@@ -33,8 +31,7 @@ help in reproducing, analyzing and fixing reported bugs is more than
welcome. Don't hesitate to add a comment to bug reports reporting your
findings, even if you don't yet see the full picture.
-Analyzing and fixing autobuild failures
+== Analyzing and fixing autobuild failures
The Buildroot autobuilders are a set of build machines that continuously
run Buildroot builds based on random configurations. This is done for
@@ -79,8 +76,7 @@ basically two things that can be done:
Fixes http://autobuild.buildroot.org/results/51000a9d4656afe9e0ea6f07b9f8ed374c2e4069
-Reviewing and testing patches
+== Reviewing and testing patches
With the amount of patches sent to the mailing list each day, the
maintainer has a very hard job to judge which patches are ready to apply
@@ -146,8 +142,7 @@ Buildroot's Patchwork website can be used to pull in patches for testing
purposes. Please see xref:apply-patches-patchwork[] for more
information on using Buildroot's Patchwork website to apply patches.
-Work on items from the TODO list
+== Work on items from the TODO list
If you want to contribute to Buildroot but don't know where to start,
and you don't like any of the above topics, you can always work on items
@@ -157,8 +152,7 @@ Do edit the wiki to indicate when you start working on an item, so we
avoid duplicate efforts.
-Submitting patches
+== Submitting patches
_Please, do not attach patches to bugs, send them to the mailing list
@@ -202,8 +196,7 @@ If you do not use +git send-email+, make sure posted *patches are not
line-wrapped*, otherwise they cannot easily be applied. In such a case,
fix your e-mail client, or better yet, learn to use +git send-email+.
-Cover letter
+=== Cover letter
If you want to present the whole patch set in a separate mail, add
+--cover-letter+ to the +git format-patch+ command (see +man
@@ -222,8 +215,7 @@ in the following cases:
* whenever you feel it will help presenting your work, your choices,
the review process, etc.
-Patch revision changelog
+=== Patch revision changelog
When improvements are requested, the new revision of each commit
should include a changelog of the modifications between each
@@ -281,8 +273,7 @@ $ git format-patch --subject-prefix "PATCH v4" \
-Reporting issues/bugs or getting help
+== Reporting issues/bugs or getting help
Before reporting any issue, please check
xref:mailing-list-subscribe[the mailing list archive] in case someone has
diff --git a/docs/manual/customize-busybox-config.txt b/docs/manual/customize-busybox-config.txt
index 981d534af7..ca1613d9ee 100644
--- a/docs/manual/customize-busybox-config.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/customize-busybox-config.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Customizing the Busybox configuration
+=== Customizing the Busybox configuration
http://www.busybox.net/[Busybox] is very configurable, and you may
want to customize it. You can follow these simple steps to do so. This
diff --git a/docs/manual/customize-kernel-config.txt b/docs/manual/customize-kernel-config.txt
index a2d31ed849..2cd58bc604 100644
--- a/docs/manual/customize-kernel-config.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/customize-kernel-config.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Customizing the Linux kernel configuration
+=== Customizing the Linux kernel configuration
The Linux kernel configuration can be customized just like
xref:busybox-custom[BusyBox] and xref:uclibc-custom[uClibc] using
diff --git a/docs/manual/customize-outside-br.txt b/docs/manual/customize-outside-br.txt
index 6ee55a358e..f80ba70442 100644
--- a/docs/manual/customize-outside-br.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/customize-outside-br.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc -*- ;
-Keeping customizations outside Buildroot
+=== Keeping customizations outside Buildroot
The Buildroot community recommends and encourages upstreaming to the
official Buildroot version the packages and board support that are
diff --git a/docs/manual/customize-packages.txt b/docs/manual/customize-packages.txt
index f141b7e045..6f70bdb43f 100644
--- a/docs/manual/customize-packages.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/customize-packages.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc -*- ;
-Customizing packages
+=== Customizing packages
It is sometimes useful to apply 'extra' patches to packages - over and
above those provided in Buildroot. This might be used to support custom
diff --git a/docs/manual/customize-rootfs.txt b/docs/manual/customize-rootfs.txt
index 2cbae99cfc..8ae1403587 100644
--- a/docs/manual/customize-rootfs.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/customize-rootfs.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Customizing the generated target filesystem
+=== Customizing the generated target filesystem
Besides changing one or another configuration through +make *config+,
there are a few ways to customize the resulting target filesystem.
diff --git a/docs/manual/customize-store.txt b/docs/manual/customize-store.txt
index 8fb5b57bb5..6db8ec7812 100644
--- a/docs/manual/customize-store.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/customize-store.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Storing the configuration
+== Storing the configuration
When you have a buildroot configuration that you are satisfied with and
you want to share it with others, put it under revision control or move
@@ -15,13 +14,11 @@ modifications.
-Basics for storing the configuration
+=== Basics for storing the configuration
-Buildroot configuration
+==== Buildroot configuration
For storing the buildroot configuration itself, buildroot offers the
following command: +make savedefconfig+.
@@ -39,8 +36,7 @@ Alternatively, you can copy the file to any other place and rebuild with
-Other package configuration
+==== Other package configuration
The configuration files for busybox, the linux kernel, barebox and
uClibc should be stored as well if changed. For each of these, a
@@ -76,8 +72,7 @@ configuration files easier.
-Creating your own board support
+=== Creating your own board support
Creating your own board support in Buildroot allows users of a
particular hardware platform to easily build a system that is known to
@@ -112,8 +107,7 @@ and configurations in these directories, and reference them from the main
Buildroot configuration.
-Step-by-step instructions for storing configuration
+=== Step-by-step instructions for storing configuration
To store the configuration for a specific product, device or
application, it is advisable to use the same conventions as for the
diff --git a/docs/manual/customize-toolchain.txt b/docs/manual/customize-toolchain.txt
index 55a0480890..55114315a2 100644
--- a/docs/manual/customize-toolchain.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/customize-toolchain.txt
@@ -2,14 +2,12 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Customizing the toolchain
+=== Customizing the toolchain
There are three distinct types of toolchain backend supported in Buildroot,
available under the menu +Toolchain+, invoking +make menuconfig+.
-Using the external toolchain backend
+==== Using the external toolchain backend
There is no way of tuning an external toolchain since Buildroot does not
generate it.
@@ -29,8 +27,7 @@ set the environment variable +BR2_DEBUG_WRAPPER+ to either one of:
* +2+: trace one argument per line
-Using the internal Buildroot toolchain backend
+==== Using the internal Buildroot toolchain backend
The internal Buildroot toolchain backend allows to generate toolchains
based on http://www.uclibc.org/[uClibc],
diff --git a/docs/manual/customize-uclibc-config.txt b/docs/manual/customize-uclibc-config.txt
index 53dea92db3..51330b0e2c 100644
--- a/docs/manual/customize-uclibc-config.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/customize-uclibc-config.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Customizing the uClibc configuration
+=== Customizing the uClibc configuration
Just like xref:busybox-custom[BusyBox], http://www.uclibc.org/[uClibc]
offers a lot of configuration options. They allow you to select
diff --git a/docs/manual/customize.txt b/docs/manual/customize.txt
index 7e46fd8f35..48a32ea370 100644
--- a/docs/manual/customize.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/customize.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
+== Customization
diff --git a/docs/manual/debugging-buildroot.txt b/docs/manual/debugging-buildroot.txt
index e558fcf3d1..b97f633bef 100644
--- a/docs/manual/debugging-buildroot.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/debugging-buildroot.txt
@@ -3,8 +3,7 @@
-Debugging Buildroot
+== Debugging Buildroot
It is possible to instrument the steps +Buildroot+ does when building
packages. Define the variable +BR2_INSTRUMENTATION_SCRIPTS+ to contain
diff --git a/docs/manual/developer-guide.txt b/docs/manual/developer-guide.txt
index 9054deef80..8c2b96cc9f 100644
--- a/docs/manual/developer-guide.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/developer-guide.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Developer Guidelines
+= Developer Guidelines
diff --git a/docs/manual/download-infra.txt b/docs/manual/download-infra.txt
index fe031a640e..f2ccd149d6 100644
--- a/docs/manual/download-infra.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/download-infra.txt
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@
-Download infrastructure
+== Download infrastructure
diff --git a/docs/manual/download-location.txt b/docs/manual/download-location.txt
index db00449617..06a29a72a9 100644
--- a/docs/manual/download-location.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/download-location.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Location of downloaded packages
+=== Location of downloaded packages
The various tarballs that are downloaded by Buildroot are all stored
in +BR2_DL_DIR+, which by default is the +dl+ directory. If you want
diff --git a/docs/manual/eclipse-integration.txt b/docs/manual/eclipse-integration.txt
index d1a42cf074..17ccda5d71 100644
--- a/docs/manual/eclipse-integration.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/eclipse-integration.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Integration with Eclipse
+== Integration with Eclipse
While a part of the embedded Linux developers like classical text
editors like Vim or Emacs, and command-line based interfaces, a number
diff --git a/docs/manual/faq-troubleshooting.txt b/docs/manual/faq-troubleshooting.txt
index 473b0e283b..2fdb53079d 100644
--- a/docs/manual/faq-troubleshooting.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/faq-troubleshooting.txt
@@ -1,12 +1,10 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Frequently Asked Questions & Troubleshooting
+= Frequently Asked Questions & Troubleshooting
-The boot hangs after 'Starting network...'
+== The boot hangs after 'Starting network...'
If the boot process seems to hang after the following messages
(messages not necessarily exactly similar, depending on the list of
@@ -28,8 +26,7 @@ configuration+, and modify +Port to run a getty (login prompt) on+ and
the correct serial port.
-Why is there no compiler on the target?
+== Why is there no compiler on the target?
It has been decided that support for the _native compiler on the
target_ would be stopped from the Buildroot-2012.11 release because:
@@ -53,8 +50,7 @@ distribution_ and you should opt for something like:
* ...
-Why are there no development files on the target?
+== Why are there no development files on the target?
Since there is no compiler available on the target (see
xref:faq-no-compiler-on-target[]), it does not make sense to waste
@@ -64,8 +60,7 @@ Therefore, those files are always removed from the target since the
Buildroot-2012.11 release.
-Why is there no documentation on the target?
+== Why is there no documentation on the target?
Because Buildroot mostly targets _small_ or _very small_ target
hardware with limited resource onboard (CPU, ram, mass-storage), it
@@ -76,8 +71,7 @@ is not suitable for your purpose, and you should look for a _real
distribution_ (see: xref:faq-no-compiler-on-target[]).
-Why are some packages not visible in the Buildroot config menu?
+== Why are some packages not visible in the Buildroot config menu?
If a package exists in the Buildroot tree and does not appear in the
config menu, this most likely means that some of the package's
@@ -95,8 +89,7 @@ then you should certainly run a full rebuild (see xref:make-tips[] for
more explanations).
-Why not use the target directory as a chroot directory?
+== Why not use the target directory as a chroot directory?
There are plenty of reasons to *not* use the target directory a chroot
one, among these:
@@ -113,8 +106,7 @@ root, then use the tarball image generated in +images/+ and extract it
as root.
-Why doesn't Buildroot generate binary packages (.deb, .ipkg...)?
+== Why doesn't Buildroot generate binary packages (.deb, .ipkg...)?
One feature that is often discussed on the Buildroot list is the
general topic of "package management". To summarize, the idea
diff --git a/docs/manual/get-involved.txt b/docs/manual/get-involved.txt
index 8475038d18..4be88df165 100644
--- a/docs/manual/get-involved.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/get-involved.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Getting involved
+= Getting involved
Like any open source project, Buildroot has different ways to share
information in its community and outside.
@@ -12,8 +11,7 @@ One piece of it is the document you are currently reading ;-).
Each of those ways may interest you if you are looking for some help,
want to understand Buildroot or contribute to the project.
-Mailing List
+== Mailing List
Buildroot has a mailing list
http://lists.busybox.net/pipermail/buildroot[] for discussion and
@@ -21,8 +19,7 @@ development.
-Subscribing to the mailing list
+=== Subscribing to the mailing list
You can subscribe by visiting
@@ -33,16 +30,14 @@ The list is also available through _Gmane_ http://gmane.org[], at
-Searching the List Archives
+=== Searching the List Archives
Please search the mailing list archives before asking questions on the
mailing list, since there is a good chance someone else has asked the
same question before. Checking the archives is a great way to avoid
annoying everyone on the list with frequently asked questions...
+== IRC
The Buildroot IRC is irc://freenode.net/#buildroot[].
The channel +#buildroot+ is hosted on Freenode
@@ -52,8 +47,7 @@ When asking for help on IRC, share relevant logs or pieces of code
using a code sharing website.
+== Patchwork
Patchwork is a web-based patch tracking system designed to facilitate
the contribution and management of contributions to an open-source
@@ -72,8 +66,7 @@ The Buildroot patch management interface is available at
-Applying Patches from Patchwork
+=== Applying Patches from Patchwork
The main use of Buildroot's Patchwork website for a developer is for
pulling in patches into their local git repository for testing
@@ -95,15 +88,13 @@ you can copy the +mbox+ link for the bundle and apply the bundle
using the above commands.
+== Bugtracker
The Buildroot bugtracker is at https://bugs.busybox.net[].
To open a bug, see xref:reporting-bugs[].
-Buildroot wikipage
+== Buildroot wikipage
After the Buildroot developer day on February 3, 2012,
a page dedicated to Buildroot has been created on
@@ -114,21 +105,17 @@ This page is reachable at http://elinux.org/Buildroot[].
Currently, this page is mainly used as a _todo-list_.
+== Events
-Buildroot Developer Days aside ELC-E 2012 (November 3-4, 2012 - Barcelona)
+=== Buildroot Developer Days aside ELC-E 2012 (November 3-4, 2012 - Barcelona)
* Event page: http://elinux.org/Buildroot:DeveloperDaysELCE2012[]
-Buildroot presentation at LSM 2012 (July 12-14, 2012 - Geneva)
+=== Buildroot presentation at LSM 2012 (July 12-14, 2012 - Geneva)
* Announcement: http://lists.busybox.net/pipermail/buildroot/2012-May/053845.html[]
-Buildroot Developer Days aside FOSDEM 2012 (February 3, 2012 - Brussels)
+=== Buildroot Developer Days aside FOSDEM 2012 (February 3, 2012 - Brussels)
* Announcement & agenda thread: http://lists.busybox.net/pipermail/buildroot/2012-January/049340.html[]
* Report: http://lists.busybox.net/pipermail/buildroot/2012-February/050371.html[]
diff --git a/docs/manual/getting.txt b/docs/manual/getting.txt
index 6b2a824f9d..d10ac4355e 100644
--- a/docs/manual/getting.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/getting.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Getting Buildroot
+== Getting Buildroot
Buildroot releases are made approximately every 3 months. Direct Git
access and daily snapshots are also available, if you want more
diff --git a/docs/manual/going-further.txt b/docs/manual/going-further.txt
index d3f183037a..ac1c071f25 100644
--- a/docs/manual/going-further.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/going-further.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Going further in Buildroot's innards
+= Going further in Buildroot's innards
diff --git a/docs/manual/how-buildroot-works.txt b/docs/manual/how-buildroot-works.txt
index 5ef6e0ff36..1204d1ecab 100644
--- a/docs/manual/how-buildroot-works.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/how-buildroot-works.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-How Buildroot works
+== How Buildroot works
As mentioned above, Buildroot is basically a set of Makefiles that
download, configure, and compile software with the correct options. It
diff --git a/docs/manual/introduction.txt b/docs/manual/introduction.txt
index c014565ab1..6a0b54b76d 100644
--- a/docs/manual/introduction.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/introduction.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-About Buildroot
+= About Buildroot
Buildroot is a tool that simplifies and automates the process of
building a complete Linux system for an embedded system, using
diff --git a/docs/manual/known-issues.txt b/docs/manual/known-issues.txt
index 22710fb136..08469e9370 100644
--- a/docs/manual/known-issues.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/known-issues.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Known issues
+= Known issues
* The +ltp-testsuite+ package does not build with the default uClibc
configuration used by the Buildroot toolchain backend. The LTP
diff --git a/docs/manual/legal-notice.txt b/docs/manual/legal-notice.txt
index c21012d089..d4344b9fbe 100644
--- a/docs/manual/legal-notice.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/legal-notice.txt
@@ -3,11 +3,9 @@
-Legal notice and licensing
+= Legal notice and licensing
-Complying with open source licenses
+== Complying with open source licenses
All of the end products of Buildroot (toolchain, root filesystem, kernel,
bootloaders) contain open source software, released under various licenses.
@@ -71,8 +69,7 @@ When you run +make legal-info+, Buildroot produces warnings in the +README+
file to inform you of relevant material that could not be saved.
-License abbreviations
+== License abbreviations
Here is a list of the licenses that are most widely used by packages in
Buildroot, with the name used in the manifest files:
@@ -126,8 +123,7 @@ Buildroot, with the name used in the manifest files:
Apache License, version 2.0];
-Complying with the Buildroot license
+== Complying with the Buildroot license
Buildroot itself is an open source software, released under the
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html[GNU General Public
diff --git a/docs/manual/make-tips.txt b/docs/manual/make-tips.txt
index 81edae3e49..13609434e8 100644
--- a/docs/manual/make-tips.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/make-tips.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-'make' tips
+== 'make' tips
This is a collection of tips that help you make the most of Buildroot.
diff --git a/docs/manual/makedev-syntax.txt b/docs/manual/makedev-syntax.txt
index 2c985312b4..2fd7b59151 100644
--- a/docs/manual/makedev-syntax.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/makedev-syntax.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Makedev syntax documentation
+== Makedev syntax documentation
The makedev syntax is used in several places in Buildroot to
define changes to be made for permissions, or which device files to
diff --git a/docs/manual/makeusers-syntax.txt b/docs/manual/makeusers-syntax.txt
index 21996546c7..9c616043b3 100644
--- a/docs/manual/makeusers-syntax.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/makeusers-syntax.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc -*- ;
-Makeuser syntax documentation
+== Makeuser syntax documentation
The syntax to create users is inspired by the makedev syntax, above, but
is specific to Buildroot.
diff --git a/docs/manual/manual.txt b/docs/manual/manual.txt
index 958afae8a6..94259f70eb 100644
--- a/docs/manual/manual.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/manual.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-The Buildroot user manual
+= The Buildroot user manual
Buildroot usage and documentation by Thomas Petazzoni. Contributions
diff --git a/docs/manual/package-make-target.txt b/docs/manual/package-make-target.txt
index bd514f40e8..61fecb484c 100644
--- a/docs/manual/package-make-target.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/package-make-target.txt
@@ -3,8 +3,7 @@
-Package-specific _make_ targets
+=== Package-specific _make_ targets
Running +make <package>+ builds and installs that particular package
and its dependencies.
diff --git a/docs/manual/patch-policy.txt b/docs/manual/patch-policy.txt
index c67d684fb2..cb39821492 100644
--- a/docs/manual/patch-policy.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/patch-policy.txt
@@ -3,8 +3,7 @@
-Patching a package
+== Patching a package
While integrating a new package or updating an existing one, it may be
necessary to patch the source of the software to get it cross-built within
@@ -15,11 +14,9 @@ the builds. It supports three ways of applying patch sets: downloaded patches,
patches supplied within buildroot and patches located in a user-defined
global patch directory.
-Providing patches
+=== Providing patches
+==== Downloaded
If it is necessary to apply a patch that is available for download, then add it
to the +<packagename>_PATCH+ variable. It is downloaded from the same site
@@ -28,8 +25,7 @@ patch series.
This method is typically used for packages from Debian.
-Within Buildroot
+==== Within Buildroot
Most patches are provided within Buildroot, in the package
directory; these typically aim to fix cross-compilation, libc support,
@@ -46,8 +42,7 @@ application order.
reference in their filename.
- The field +<number>+ in the patch file name refers to the 'apply order'.
-Global patch directory
+==== Global patch directory
The +BR2_GLOBAL_PATCH_DIR+ configuration file option can be
used to specify a space separated list of one or more directories
@@ -55,8 +50,7 @@ containing global package patches. See xref:packages-custom[] for
-How patches are applied
+=== How patches are applied
. Run the +<packagename>_PRE_PATCH_HOOKS+ commands if defined;
@@ -87,8 +81,7 @@ How patches are applied
If something goes wrong in the steps _3_ or _4_, then the build fails.
-Format and licensing of the package patches
+=== Format and licensing of the package patches
Patches are released under the same license as the software that is
@@ -130,8 +123,7 @@ AC_PROG_MAKE_SET
+AM_CONDITIONAL([CXX_WORKS], [test "x$rw_cv_prog_cxx_works" = "xyes"])
-Integrating patches found on the Web
+=== Integrating patches found on the Web
When integrating a patch of which you are not the author, you have to
add a few things in the header of the patch itself.
diff --git a/docs/manual/prerequisite.txt b/docs/manual/prerequisite.txt
index adc23eec51..c5d5442024 100644
--- a/docs/manual/prerequisite.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/prerequisite.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-System requirements
+== System requirements
Buildroot is designed to run on Linux systems.
@@ -17,8 +16,7 @@ for the libraries that may be packaged in 2 distinct packages.
-Mandatory packages
+=== Mandatory packages
* Build tools:
@@ -45,8 +43,7 @@ Mandatory packages
-Optional packages
+=== Optional packages
* Source fetching tools:
diff --git a/docs/manual/rebuilding-packages.txt b/docs/manual/rebuilding-packages.txt
index b2d10decc7..6faa67adcb 100644
--- a/docs/manual/rebuilding-packages.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/rebuilding-packages.txt
@@ -2,8 +2,7 @@
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Understanding when a full rebuild is necessary
+=== Understanding when a full rebuild is necessary
Buildroot does not attempt to detect what parts of the system should
be rebuilt when the system configuration is changed through +make
@@ -82,8 +81,7 @@ $ make clean all
-Understanding how to rebuild packages
+=== Understanding how to rebuild packages
One of the most common questions asked by Buildroot users is how to
rebuild a given package or how to remove a package without rebuilding
diff --git a/docs/manual/starting-up.txt b/docs/manual/starting-up.txt
index 7326f60c77..8cb3a3a8b6 100644
--- a/docs/manual/starting-up.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/starting-up.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Starting up
+= Starting up
diff --git a/docs/manual/using-buildroot-development.txt b/docs/manual/using-buildroot-development.txt
index eaebeaf9fe..e51e1a6ad1 100644
--- a/docs/manual/using-buildroot-development.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/using-buildroot-development.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Using Buildroot during development
+=== Using Buildroot during development
The normal operation of Buildroot is to download a tarball, extract
it, configure, compile and install the software component found inside
diff --git a/docs/manual/using-buildroot-toolchain.txt b/docs/manual/using-buildroot-toolchain.txt
index b4db686256..3e30cd73ca 100644
--- a/docs/manual/using-buildroot-toolchain.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/using-buildroot-toolchain.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Using the generated toolchain outside Buildroot
+=== Using the generated toolchain outside Buildroot
You may want to compile, for your target, your own programs or other
software that are not packaged in Buildroot. In order to do this you
diff --git a/docs/manual/using.txt b/docs/manual/using.txt
index 4a33f7ee28..3cd149936a 100644
--- a/docs/manual/using.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/using.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Using Buildroot
+== Using Buildroot
Buildroot has a nice configuration tool similar to the one you can
find in the http://www.kernel.org/[Linux kernel] or in
diff --git a/docs/manual/working-with.txt b/docs/manual/working-with.txt
index 4432b548db..460eb5339a 100644
--- a/docs/manual/working-with.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/working-with.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Working with Buildroot
+= Working with Buildroot
This section explains how you can customize Buildroot to fit your
@@ -17,8 +16,7 @@ include::common-usage.txt[]
-Hacking Buildroot
+== Hacking Buildroot
If Buildroot does not yet fit all your requirements, you may be
interested in hacking it to add:
diff --git a/docs/manual/writing-rules.txt b/docs/manual/writing-rules.txt
index 376dbfd611..757e1c6c20 100644
--- a/docs/manual/writing-rules.txt
+++ b/docs/manual/writing-rules.txt
@@ -1,8 +1,7 @@
// -*- mode:doc; -*-
// vim: set syntax=asciidoc:
-Coding style
+== Coding style
Overall, these coding style rules are here to help you to add new files in
Buildroot or refactor existing ones.
@@ -17,8 +16,7 @@ file,
-+Config.in+ file
+=== +Config.in+ file
+Config.in+ files contain entries for almost anything configurable in
@@ -49,8 +47,7 @@ http://kernel.org/doc/Documentation/kbuild/kconfig-language.txt[].
-The +.mk+ file
+=== The +.mk+ file
* Header: The file starts with a header. It contains the module name,
preferably in lowercase, enclosed between separators made of 80 hashes. A
-The documentation
+=== The documentation
The documentation uses the
http://www.methods.co.nz/asciidoc/[asciidoc] format.