raimue at macports.org
Wed Mar 30 10:59:22 PDT 2011
On 2011-03-30 18:38 , Felipe Tanus wrote:
>> How would you handle build errors? Is everything lost then and it has to
>> examine all libraries are again? Can that data be stored and reused?
> I was thinking about pointing the error, then it was on users hand. Do
> you think on a better approach? Maybe keep a snapshot from the
> packages versions after each port installed, and use something like
> "rev-upgrade --force" to find the last working set of packages?
My intention here was that walking the filesystem over all binaries and
libraries takes time, checking them takes time, too. If a build breaks,
doing all the checks again can be cumbersome. The previous calculated
result could probably be reused under certain circumstances, for example
no changes to registry. Gentoo's revdep-rebuild is able to store results
and can continue where it left off.
I am not saying this is a requirement for this task. I just suggested
that to give you something to think about in case it's too straight
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