ade at FreeBSD.org
Fri Nov 25 22:27:25 EST 2005
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On Nov 25, 2005, at 10:30 , Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
> [multi-phase tinderbuild]
> ccache errors relating to NFS, coredumps, etc. On my i386 box on
> I use NFS, phase 2 comes in very handy.
Well, it was a pretty trivial patch, so there's now a new -onceonly
flag (default off) to tinderbuild which suppresses the second phase,
for those that want it.
> Hmm, I'd have to look into this. Both proc file systems are mounted
> into the Build, and should be functional.
Actually, only /compat/linux/proc was mounted. I've added code to
HEAD to also handle /proc, but the codebase has diverged so
significantly between 2.x and HEAD, I'm really wary of committing a
fix there, for fear of breaking things, particularly as I no longer
have a 2.x tinderbox around to verify things with.
>>>> - ports and dependencies which are IGNORED don't show up in the
>>>> current build page, hard to find reasons why builds fail.
Yup. Took make ages to figure out why a gnome-2.13.x build wasn't
doing everything, until I picked up on librsvg2 being a dud (still
is, BTW, even after today's patch by ahze).
I was thinking of adding a 'DUD' entry to the last_status ENUM in
build_ports, and having the web UI make the status box yellow (or
some other appropriate color). As things stand, I don't see a
particularly easy way to add the actual BROKEN/IGNORE message into
the mix -- it'd really need to be a new element in the build_ports
table, rather than overloading, say, last_built_version, and I'm not
sure whether we want to be dinking with the 2.x schema.
I guess something like this could go into HEAD though. Thoughts?
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