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Re: Creating RPMS after running rpm -bi



Okay. I can use it that way. Because it is so long in compiling that I was
looking for an easy to move onto the next stage. It would be nice to have
that once the debug was completed successfully that you could just move
onto the next step without having to redo it. 

Stephen
s.torri@lancaster.ac.uk

On Tue, 8 Aug 2000, Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH wrote:

> On 08/08/00 20:33:06 +0100 Stephen Torri <s.torri@lancaster.ac.uk> wrote:
> +-----
> | I working through testing a spec file. The program I am using takes over 8
> | hrs to compile (ACE+TAO project). Is there a way after testing the install
> | using rpm -bi --short-circuit tao.spec to make the source and binary RPMS
> | without having to recompile the project? If I use rpm -bb or rpm -ba then
> +--->8
> 
> No.  The idea is that --short-circuit is merely for debugging; the final 
> build is always supposed to be "clean", i.e. from scratch.
> 
> 





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