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Re: pkg_comp -- quick exit if pkg is installed already
On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 12:46 PM, Martin S. Weber <Ephaeton%gmx.net@localhost>
> Hi there,
> I've noticed a little annoyance for pkg_comp: if you give it a
> list of packages that are installed already, it will a) try to
> build these packages nonetheless, and b) note that this package
> is "in error", because the install target failed. In fact everything
> is fine though. This can be provoked two ways:
> 1) pkg_comp build (a package that is installed in chroot already)
> 2) pkg_comp build (list of package names including dependencies)
> The first case is obvious, the second builds the dependencies as
> required, but if your dependencies come later in the invocation
> (say, you are taking the list of packages to build from a pkgchk.conf,
> which is alphabetically sorted, not topologically) ... stuff "fails".
Yeah, 2 is pretty annoying.
> So, of course there's an easy solution:
Yeah, except this will not catch cases where the installed package is
older than the newest one.
I wouldn't bother with case 1. But case 2 deserves fixing. The only
problem with fixing 2 is that the real solution involves calculating
the whole list of packages to build and sorting them according to
their dependencies... which is not trivial to do from shell.
That said, I guess your fix helps more than it causes any harm. So,
could you please file a PR with it, and include a diff to also bump
the package version number?
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