On Sat, Dec 30, 2006 at 10:52:36AM +0100, Richard Bos wrote:
Op zaterdag 30 december 2006 10:35, schreef u:
You need to build in the current directory, which
should be a buildsystem
checkout. (Local modifications are fine.)
Aha :) Now that is clear.
The information is in the 'osc help build' output, but that made it not clear
to me. It currently states:
"You need to call the command inside a package directory." Perhaps it can be
extended, with your explanation? Like:
"You need to call the command inside a package directory, which should be a
buildsystem checkout. (Local modifications are fine.)"
That makes sense, yes. I'll fix it.
Is it possible to use 'osc build' for a
repository that is not present yet? I
In theory it is possible to build a package which does not exist in a
project yet. In practice, osc doesn't know how to do that but I'll fix
it in the future.
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