Subject: building release: two annoyances
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Hubert Feyrer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/20/2003 16:36:51
Trying to do my own snapshot of 1.6.2_RCwhatever, I ran into two
1) when doing a release in src, then in xsrc, then going back to src
to do an update, checkflist complains that there's a lot of X stuff
in $DESTDIR. Of course it is, that's from the xsrc build.
It would be nice if checkflist was ran with -both if X files are
found to be installed.
2) In src, when doing "build.sh -u -r", it will nuke away the toolchain,
then complain that things like mkstemp etc. aren't there any more -
surprise! Maybe this can be changed to just rebuild the
toolchain first, or not try to use it after it's been nuked.
Right now, to do an update of a release set, one has to completely rebuild
both src then xsrc as far as I understand. A bit time-consuming...
___ _ _ _ _ * Harddisk Image Cloning *
/ __| | || | | | www.feyrer.de/g4u/
| (_ |_ _| |_| |
\___| |_| \___/ v1.12 out now, including partition support!