david at kineticode
Feb 18, 2002, 12:55 PM
Post #1 of 4
On Tue, 2002-02-05 at 08:28, Mark Jaroski wrote:
Re: [Bricolage-Devel] Re: [Bricolage-Commits] Moved my httpd.conf to httpd.conf.in to avoid accidental checkins.
> This works pretty well for me now for updates:
> cvs -q up
> sudo -s
> make install
> I haven't done this alot since switching to MakeMaker, so I
> don't know if it's as predictable, but I know that my
> Makefile only copies the minimum number of files to bring
> the installation up-to-date, and of course it preserves the
It should continue to work quite well with MakeMaker.
> I'd like it if you guys consider running this way to, so
> that the installer gets a better workout. Of course you
> don't have to. The reason I'm not overwriting
> bricolage.conf with make is the requirement that Bricolage
> should work right from a CVS checkout.
I tried it this week, and it did work fairly well, except for one thing:
it's a total PITA for development. If I change a library in my home
directory, and then make install it, and then kick the server, and then
the server doesn't work, I have to do the whole thing over again. If I'm
running Bricolage directly from a CVS checkout, I don't have to do all
the extra steps.
> So no, you don't need to change it, but you have the option
I might use this for minor changes (quick fixes), but not for
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