why build if nothing was changed?
I was wondering why we build even if we had no source changes.
find . -mindepth 3 -mtime -3 -type f -print | \
grep -v -e CVS -e '^\./articles' -e '^\./webpages'| \
sed -e 's/\.\/manuals\.sgml\/\([^/]*\)\/.*/\1/' | \
sort | \
Should list only tree with changes. With few more exclusion tree names
build process maybe less demanding. This may be good idea if we build
pdf and ps for all SGML.
Just for record :)
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