Re: RFS: failmalloc
On Thu, 14 Feb 2008 14:49:25 +0000
Jon Dowland <email@example.com> wrote:
> > the unpacked source is back to pristine upstream after the make clean
> > target, which is particularly nice if you have your tree in a VCS and
> > don't want to keep filtering the sub/guess changes out of commits.
> That is, if you branch, make a change, do a build, see it worked, do a
> clean, then want to commit your change, you don't have config/sub diffs
> in your commit (or have to fix them by hand for each feature add). Also,
> if <state 0> -> build -> <state 1> -> clean -> <state 2> and state 0 !=
> 2, there's the potential for "not the same two builds in a row", which
> afaik is a QA goal for lenny.
Umm, we should commit changes in debian/ directory only, not upstream
source, so you can ignore this problem.
And dpkg-source ignores diffs in config.* at build.