On Mittwoch, 5. Februar 2014, 12:34:40 wrote Dirk Müller:
What is the advantage of your cron job vs an OBS
Needed rebuild are triggered. No?
The direct rebuild flag works different from the "cron job". The cron
job rebuilds packages that became uninstallable. The direct rebuild
rebuilds all direct dependencies of a changed package, which is
usually significantly more. Furthermore it is the "cron job" is the
same method that openSUSE Factory works.
I agree with you that the "uninstallable rebuild" flag should be
implemented in OBS, but it is not.
With build-compare, there is no unneeded
rebuilds, so it should be fine and would avoid some errors.
build-compare is throwing away build results if they were determined
to "not matter". Which means the build power is already wasted.
yes, but it reduces at least indirect builds.
build-compare reduces download/update time for someone
using zypper up
/ dup to keep his system fresh, it does not reduce the number of
rebuilds in our "local" build mode.
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