Subject: preserving bulk-cache files (was: goals for NetBSD binary packages)
To: None <tech-pkg@NetBSD.org>
From: Jan Schaumann <email@example.com>
Date: 05/05/2005 20:45:49
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Jan Schaumann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> True. I'll create dependstrees for my different bulk-build machines
> once from i386, once from amd64 and once from native and compare the
> output to see where it's feasable to move the files over.
Hmm, I just compared the dependstree, order and index files for
NetBSD/amd64, NetBSD/mipseb, IRIX64 and IRIX, and unfortunately there
are differences between all of them. So in order to allow for
preserving bulk-cache files across different architectures is not really
The only time this would save us work, then, would be if one had one
very fast machine of a specific architecture and one rather slow one,
using the slow one to bulk-build... ie, it doesn't make sense.
This one's tricky. You have to use imaginary numbers, like eleventeen...
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