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Re: Recent spew into SRCDIR from build.sh
On May 7, 4:24am, kre%munnari.OZ.AU@localhost (Robert Elz) wrote:
-- Subject: Re: Recent spew into SRCDIR from build.sh
| Date: Sun, 6 May 2018 13:44:22 -0400
| From: christos%zoulas.com@localhost (Christos Zoulas)
| Message-ID: <20180506174422.52CD817FDAE%rebar.astron.com@localhost>
| | Sure, but I don't see this...
| Apologies - forget it for now, and sorry for wasting your time. I suspect
| that over use of -o to build.sh is the culprit (along with continuous
| Upon reflection I think I've done this before, if an objdir doesn't exist,
| rather than failing, the build procedure just acts as if it wasn't meant to
| be there, and uses srcdir instead. That's a pity, but I have no idea how
| hard it would be to change.
| As long as that remains however, perhaps build.sh -o is just too much
| of a nuisance to retain - the few extra minutes of rebuilding the objdirs
| when they don't need rebuilding is less pain than having it all mess up.
I understand; unfortunately it "make obj" is really time consuming... Perhaps
it is faster to have make(1) do it automatically, but that's too weird and
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