[Buildroot] new way to rebuld just the target root?
m-starostik at versanet.de
Fri Nov 12 01:49:52 UTC 2010
Am Freitag, 12. November 2010, 02:27:44 schrieb Igor Serebryany:
> addendum: i can see that packages often have a .stamp_target_installed
> file, and I wouldn't mind going through and deleting all of those, but
> how do i get the entire target directory re-created, including copying
> from skeleton?
I've added this rule to the toplevel Makefle:
rm -rf $(TARGET_DIR) $(STAGING_DIR) $(STAMP_DIR) $(BUILD_DIR)/.root
It removes the staging dir as well because that doesn't cost so much in terms
of rebuild-time but keeps quite some problems away. But it's most likely not
complete, so I'm not going to post it as a patch. Serves me quite well
> On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 06:54:54PM -0600, Igor Serebryany wrote:
> > hi,
> > i've asked this question before, but it seems the structure of the
> > buildroot output directories has changed since I last upgraded.
> > using 2009.08, i would do the following to have buildroot rebuild
> > ONLY the target filesystem:
> > * remove everything in project_build_*arch*/*myname*/autotools-stamps
> > * remove the project_build_*arch*/*myname*/root directory
> > * remove the project_build_*arch*/*myname*/.root file
> > however, this directory structure doesn't exist anymore, and just
> > removing 'output/target' and 'output/staging' doesn't seem to
> > work/causes problems.
> > is there a new way to rebuild JUST the target filesystem?
> > --igor
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