nALFS sometimes doesn't pick up changed/added files
gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Fri Oct 18 16:18:56 PDT 2002
On October 18, 2002 02:37 pm, Neven Has wrote:
> Can you somehow reproduce that for sure? Maybe with a small profile, as
> an example?
I think I have found something here and I've been able to reproduce it. It's
not a profile matter, it's how I execute a profile: step by step
Here's an example. Say I open a package profile such as bin86.
* In nALFS I highlight it and click on the right arrow key to expand it.
* I highlight the next element in the list "Enter stage: Unpacking a package."
* I run its children by hitting "s" "c"
* I go to the next element in the list "Enter stage: Installing a package."
* I run it too by hitting "s" "c"
* I go to the next element in the list "Enter stage: Clean-up."
* I run it by hitting "s" "c"
It's done now and nALFS reports that installed files are stored in
/path/to/file/bin86.files.xxxxxx and that's an empty file.
* Now, I go back to the parent, the element marked "Package bin86 0.16.3"
* I unmark it by hitting "m" "n"
* I run the entire thing by hitting "s" "c"
Done again, the file now created by nALFS is a proper file.
So something goes wrong when I do it step-by-step. Usually I also open more
sub-element like the ones under "Installing a package" so I can run the
various <make> and <copy> and whatever a package has one-by-one and manually
do some checking. The end result is that a package element is completely
finished and nALFS marks it as such with "#" symbols but the installed files
list is now always empty unless nALFS does it all in a row.
I hope this is enough information for you to do something with?
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