Subject: Re: New checkflist mechanism too strict ?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Luke Mewburn <email@example.com>
Date: 07/23/2002 02:57:08
On Mon, Jul 22, 2002 at 03:31:57PM +0100, David Laight wrote:
| > > | Fortunately it is the last thing the build (currently) does.
| > > | I guess you could add a '-' to the front of the command in the makefile.
| > > | Maybe that check ought to be optional?
| > >
| > > No, it should not be optional.
| > >
| > > The addition of "make checkflist" was added to the "maketars" target in
| > > distrib/sets/Makefile to ensure that the generated tar files have all
| > > the appropriate contents.
| Except that isn't where it was added.
Yes, it was added there (c.f rev 1.16 of distrib/sets/Makefile).
| It was added to the 'distribution' target of src/Makefile,
| which is the target that build.sh generates.
It appears that I was checking a slightly out of date source tree,
so you're right about this part of the change. Jason had since
added the checkflist to src/Makefile's distribution target in
revisions 1.181 and 1.182. So, make may stop in this case if
checkflist returns non zero due to it detecting an inconsistent tree.