configure command line in installed directories?
feng1 at bnl.gov
Wed Apr 16 09:58:04 CDT 2008
Robert S. Grimes wrote:
>Ralf's argument notwithstanding, I agree with Thomas and Joel on this
Yes, the minimum is to have configure command line in installed
directory (e.g. config.log).
The configure command lines definitely should be logged.
Additionally, it would be wonderful to have a log file generated
automatically to keep track of history of all the configure command
1) The name and version of the package
2) command lines
3) time and date
This log file could be generated at the same directory as
where -prefix=directory specifies or two level up from where
the package is built. Thus, if the build directory is gone,
one have a history of the RTEMS configuration.
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