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re: Built-time generated files vs. dependency
On Mon, Dec 07, 2009 at 11:41:32PM +0900, Masao Uebayashi wrote:
> There're files which are generated on-the-fly during build. Most typically
> bin/sh/Makefile generates many those files.
> If no one strongly objects, I'd want to commit those generated files. Thus
> we can build complete dependency trees. One benefit coming to mind first
> crunch binaries. We'll be able to re-build it without calling sub-make
No ... we should really be removing all the generated files from
CVS, not adding more.
not *all* but the majority i totally agree with. stuff like pcidevs
being checked in makes for nice grep -r results.
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