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cleaning build dir



Hi,

i am wondering atm about the prefered way to cleanup the build dir,
not the build root!

Many tutorials out there suggest something like this in the %clean
section

   test "X$RPM_BUIlD_ROOT" != "X/" && rm -rf "$RPM_BUILD_ROOT"

The rpmbuild command provides the --clean flag to delete the build dir
after finishing.
But i could also use something like this in the clean section

   test "X$RPM_BUIlD_ROOT" != "X/" && rm -rf "$RPM_BUILD_ROOT"
   if test "X$RPM_BUILD_DIR" != "x/"; then
      cd "$RPM_BUILD_DIR"
      rm -rf "${RPM_PACKAGE_NAME}-$RPM_PACKAGE_VERSION"
   fi

which would delete the build dir and the build root.
So what is the prefered way to do it. IIUC the %clean section is exactly
for this. Cleaning up after build.

wondering

   --lars



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