[Build-common-hackers] Bug#499816: Bug#499816: cdbs: CMake file uses wrong file as "stamp"

Marc Dequènes (Duck) duck at duckcorp.org
Sun Oct 11 12:11:35 UTC 2009


Quoting Peter Eisentraut <peter_e at gmx.net>:

> That would require people to run the clean rule after an unsuccessful
> build.  I don't think that is normally required.  I'm not sure what
> circumstances trigger this bug, though.

According to the dpkg-buildpackage manpage, and before building (in step 5):
        3. If a specific target has been selected with the -T or  
--target option, it calls that target and stops here. Otherwise it  
calls fakeroot debian/rules clean to clean the build-tree (unless -nc  
is specified).

AFAIK, sbuild is using dpkg-buildpackage, so i guess we can count on  
the clean target being called before build with standard Debian tools.

Marc Dequènes (Duck)
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