Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2021 16:53:14 UTC
Hi, On Sun, Oct 10, 2021 at 04:15:32PM -0400, J David wrote: >We use a staged approach to building packages with poudriere, with >several "bulk" commands, because some ports we rarely need take an >incredibly long time to build. (Mainly languages, like rust, clang, >and gcc.) [snip] >Basically, "bulk -f" seems to have started preemptively deleting any >existing package that isn't specifically listed in the given file or >required by a port that is listed. So much for building things in >stages! > >This wasn't the case previously, and I can't find any flags that >control this behavior on the man page. > >Is this intentional? Is there a way to get it not to do that? (Short >of modifying our build scripts not to use -f anymore.) I build in stages too, as there are some huge ports that don't play nice in a bulk build but build fine when invoked in the form poudriere -j jailname port_category/portname. I don't think it's intentional. I'm seeing the same behaviour in poudriere-devel on stable/13 (poudriere-devel is poudriere-devel-18.104.22.16810907_1) -- J.