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Re: Current best practice for building dependent packages in rawhide?



Tom Lane wrote:
> Pardon me if this has been discussed recently, but if I build two
> packages in rawhide and want to be sure the second one is built
> against the new version of the first one, what is the best way?  Do
> I just have to wait for the first one to hit the buildroots, and if
> so how do I tell when it has done so?

In rawhide you can use make chainbuild.  Say you you want to build
whatsit against a new libfoo, commit and tag both.  Then in the
whatsit branch, do make chain-build CHAIN='libfoo'

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