David F. Newman
dnewman at cmgi.com
Fri Sep 27 17:34:55 BST 2002
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On Friday 27 September 2002 12:00 pm, David Faure wrote:
> You could use anoncvs instead of downloading (and recompiling from scratch)
> huge snapshots every time.
What I actually do is build RPMs so that my /usr/local doesn't get trashed.
After thinking about it a little I will try to automate it somewhat
so that the RPMs build out of cron every night and do all of them in
parrallel to make use of all of my CPUs. I suppose I could use
your suggestion and just do cvs updates, then tar it up, and then
build the RPM. That should give me more time to test instead of
just building all the time.
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