Subject: Re: i386-current not building distribution
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Havard Eidnes <email@example.com>
Date: 01/06/2006 00:30:20
> You can't use sort, because you need the last copy of duplicate lines=
You can't use sort as the first step, and my script didn't do that
either, but the line for ./usr apears to need to come before e.g.
./usr/include/a.out.h, otherwise mtree will complain.
> Also a METALOG file from update builds can easily contain information=
> for files that no longer exist. This has not been a problem in the
> past (except when a file changes to/from a symlink), and it needs to
> remain so.
Uh, then the current check between the METALOG file and what's
installed matches up needs to be undone in that it should not complain
of now-obsolete entries. Either that, or now-obsolete files and
directories should automatically be removed from METALOG. I'd
suggest the latter, together with a scheme which curtails the growth
of METALOG on repeated UPDATE builds.