prevent /space/<build> from recreation everytime tinderbuild starts
Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Mon Nov 7 14:38:22 EST 2005
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Oliver Lehmann wrote:
| the following idea came to my mind while tinderboxing on an old PII-333
| with a slow IDE disk, and I'm interested what others think about it:
| I would like to add a flag to ./tc tinderbuild to prevent /space/<build>
| from recreation (cleanDirs + tar) in case that flag was given on cmdline.
rm -rf'ing cleandirs takes too long? They should already be mostly
empty (except for leftovers). The build is only rebuilt on a phase
shift (i.e. between phases 1 and 2).
| I see two ways to prevent any polution from any previous run:
| 1) Remove any left-over file when leftovers are detected in portsbuild.
This is essentially what's done by removing cleandirs.
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