Debian (ubuntu) package builds leave lots of garbage after a package built in build directory.
Ah I see, I used a bad example.
Hi Konstantin Boudnik ,
will only build once, since I do not touch the targetfile. The results of the build is left as is, only temporary files have been removed, like the RPM case.
Will not revert this patch.
Whatever suites you
OK, that's not intended. OK, if I revert it?
With this in place, if I run
the build will inadvertently run both times? Cause in the original case the second run will just check that the packages are already were build. If you need to re-build them, an explicit clean invocation would be in order.
will commit it in a minute