seperate static build profile
jason at tommyk.com
Wed Jan 23 10:55:05 PST 2002
> But there is a problem with this.
> <setenv> would have to be called (once) before every action inside
> <chroot>, because environment is lost when you stop executing.
> I was thinking if we should somehow improve <chroot> - for
> now it's not very
> smart, it can only change root directory and that's it.
Yea, it seems like you'd have to either look for <setenv> pairs right
after <chroot> and then keep that in a table in memory until a </chroot>
had occured. I'm trying to see what side effects that would have...
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