[arch-general] Any suggestions on frequently rebuilding a git package?
hollunder at lavabit.com
Tue Sep 20 05:32:58 EDT 2011
Excerpts from XeCycle's message of 2011-09-20 11:01:58 +0200:
> Many thanks to all of you, I'm trying them out.
> So the point is to never clean the code tree, nor cleaning those
> compiled objects.
> However I think re-configuring is not always needed, which results in
> lots of rebuilding. So It's better to decide myself when it's needed?
> Philipp Überbacher <hollunder at lavabit.com> writes:
> > Excerpts from XeCycle's message of 2011-09-18 17:33:56 +0200:
> >> Hi, I build Emacs from git quite frequently, about twice a month or so.
> >> However the PKGBUILD from AUR rebuilds everything each time, which takes
> >> too many time I think. Perhaps Emacs is small, but I think there should
> >> be a way to prevent too many rebuilds --- is that possible?
> > 1. Don't use -c (clean)
> I already did it.
> > 2. Comment line 47 and 48 (PKGBUILD-git.proto), uncomment if you want a
> > clean build.
> Well, this is my PKGBUILD-git.proto:
> 43 #
> 44 # BUILD HERE
> 45 #
> 46 ./autogen.sh
> 47 ./configure --prefix=/usr
> 48 make
> Do you mean commenting 46 & 47?
Seems like my line numbering in vim is different from yours, anyway,
here's what I meant:
msg "GIT checkout done or server timeout"
msg "Starting build..."
# rm -rf "$srcdir/$_gitname-build"
# git clone "$srcdir/$_gitname" "$srcdir/$_gitname-build"
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