Re: Building packages twice in a row
On Wed, May 16, 2007 at 10:11:55AM +0200, Stefano Zacchiroli wrote:
> Wouldn't it be better to unpack a package twice in two different
> directories, build and clean in one dir and then compare the obtained
> tree with the tree available in the other dir?
IMHO, a good test would be to build the package twice and then to compare
whether the created .debs are identical between the first and second run.
(Of course, file timestamps would have to be ignored when comparing.)
|_) /| Richard Atterer | GnuPG key: 888354F7
| \/¯| http://atterer.net | 08A9 7B7D 3D13 3EF2 3D25 D157 79E6 F6DC 8883 54F7
¯ '` ¯