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Re: Default to fetching from CDN first?
> On Sep 13, 2019, at 11:58 PM, Roland Illig <roland.illig%gmx.de@localhost> wrote:
> Am September 14, 2019 1:34:15 AM UTC schrieb John Nemeth <jnemeth%cue.bc.ca@localhost>:
>> On Sep 13, 11:20pm, Roland Illig wrote:
>> } Pkglint also doesn't extract the distfiles. I thought about this, for
>> } checking whether the GNU configure scripts run "test $var == yes",
>> This is automatically done when you build with PKG_DEVELOPER=yes.
>> Having pkglint do it would be redundant.
> I meant to _move_ this check from mk/check over to pkglint in order to improve the build times. As long as the distfile stays the same, there's no point in running this check over and over again. I am not planning to do this in the next time though.
My understanding is that pkglint is typically run without an extracted distfile and that it is only checking the package files themselves. At some point, I think it even complained about an existing work directory. Is that not the case?
If it is, these ideas seem like major changes, because they would require an extracted distfile. What happens if it is not already extracted; will it run 'make extract'?
I'm not sure I care one way or the other, but it seems that there should be an explicit understanding regarding whether pkglint expects or does not expect an extracted distfile. Then again, maybe I am the only one uncertain about this.
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