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#16 new ./Build clean - make clean

v0.2.3
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2004-10-27
2004-10-23
No

I suggest that the obj.XXXXX directory that is created during compile
should be removed also during a ./Build clean or make clean.

The reason is that when re-compiling the source after a change the
change isn't detected.

Most newbies and even seasoned users wont know to do this since
'make clean' or './Build clean' usually do this step.

Scott

Discussion

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous - 2004-10-24
    • milestone: --> v0.2.3
     
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous - 2004-10-27
    • assigned_to: nobody --> sm-msk
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous - 2004-10-27

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    This is something for the open source sendmail maintainers,
    and not this tracker. I'll forward your suggestion but
    close this here.

    However, rebuilding with just "sh Build" after a single
    source code change only recompiles that file when I try it
    on any of the systems here. It's always worked that way.

    To recompile from scratch, use "sh Build -c". See
    devtools/README.

     

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