On Wednesday 05 August 2015, 12:27:40 wrote Stanislav Baiduzhyi:
Linking to other project automatically
updates/rebuilds when the
parent package is updated, but when I'm choosing different target
distribution then the whole linked project gets rebuilt, which I do
not need and would like to avoid.
When I'm branching a package, is there a way to sync the updates from
the parent package? To rebuild only single package for different
target distro and not the entire project.
Not sure if I got you right, but the "local" scheduling strategy might help
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