[Buildroot] x11r7 created $(BUILD_DIR)/<package-dir>/.stamp_downloaded
ulf at atmel.com
Tue Aug 14 18:30:07 UTC 2007
tis 2007-08-14 klockan 16:20 +0200 skrev Benjamin Tietz:
> On Sat, Aug 11, 2007 at 10:29:31PM +0200, Ulf Samuelsson wrote:
> > The Makefile seems to create this file to indicate that it
> > had downloaded the source code.
> > The $(BUILD_DIR) becomes really crowded this way.
> From this one file, I see.
Every package downloaded by make source,
creates a directory in $(BUILD_DIR)
- And just to have a storage location for the
> > I Think we should modify this so that the Makefile
> > checks for the existance of the source file in $(DL_DIR)
> > like most other packages.
> > Tried, (see patch below), but the rule:
> > +$(DL_DIR)/$$($(PKG)_SOURCE):
> > $(call MESSAGE,"Downloading")
> > test -e $(DL_DIR)/$($(PKG)_SOURCE) || $(WGET) -P $(DL_DIR)
> > $($(PKG)_SITE)/$($(PKG)_SOURCE)
> > mkdir -p $(@D)
> Mainly because of the way, make handles variables. They get
> expanded,when the makefile is parsed. Even the doubled dollarsign can't
> help you here.
> > fails (is not found) so I had to add
> > +$$($(2)_TARGET_SOURCE):
> > + $(WGET) -P $(DL_DIR) $$($(2)_SITE)/$$($(2)_SOURCE)
> > +
> In the macro it gets evaluated every time any package wants it to use.
> Does that really pays the one unneeded stamp-file?
No 50-100 new directories in $(BUILD_DIR)
(I didn't count)
> > to make it work.
> > Anyone got a clue why the first rule fails?
> > Maybe we should also consider building x11r7 in $(BUILD_DIR)/x11r7
> > due to crowding.
> You even get afraid of crowding, aren't you?
NO, pissed off...
I like all/most of the folders to fit into one window w/o scrolling.
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