Bug#262733: [Build-common-hackers] cdbs: debian/stamp-ant-build is called in arch and indep build target
Stefan Gybas <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
Wed, 11 Aug 2004 11:43:23 +0200
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Jan Schulz write:
> IMO, this means that it is more than whishlist. Of corse ther eis a
> workaround, but the proper fix is to change the ant class.
I can't fix this in the Ant class. This needs to be fixed in the core of
CDBS: You need a way to specify which classes should be called for which
binary package (or build target) and in which subdirectory. All other
CDBS classes do they same thing: They are called wheter you only build
architecture-dependent packages or all packages.
The only difference is that Ant is currently only used to build
architecture-independent packages. But this might change soon when gcj
becomes more usable.
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