I've modified the build file structure by eliminating build/errors and
creating build/errorlogs in its place. This makes it much easier to
understand. I've also created a build/failed that will contain the names
of all failed builds.
Finally, I have modified buildpackages to accept a list of packages to
build on the command line. If none are specified, it will build all
unbuilt packages as usual. This feature is useful for fixing one or more
package at a time:
will build only the kernel package then stop.
You need to do:
I've also added a target: "make reinit" that does a re-initialization
but taking into account all the packages that are already built. i.e. it
rescans your SRPMS directory (which you can change) and for each source
rpm that is not already built, it will add it to the unbuilt list so
that the next "make" will build it. This way, you can do the following:
and it will build all the src rpms in xxx, then build all the ones in
Best regards, Kern
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