poudriere builds all dependencies, even if packages have already been built
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Wed Apr 3 09:29:40 UTC 2013
On Wed, Apr 03, 2013 at 11:20:15AM +0200, John Marino wrote:
> On 4/3/2013 11:17, Stefan Bethke wrote:
> > Firstly, is there a better mailing list to discuss poudriere?
> > I'm just getting my feet wet with poudriere, and are a bit surprised that all dependencies for a port are built, instead of installing the packages that got built earlier already. Is this intentional? Is there a configuration option to have the requisite packages installed before building a port?
> That's not normal behavior.
> When I saw something like that, it turned out to be a bug in the
> bsd.port.mk but that should not apply for you.
> There's a #poudriere channel at freenode IRC.
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This mailing list is fine also pkg at FreeBSD.org is more accurate for this.
And no it is not normal poudriere should always reuse previously built packages
if they are built for the same combinaison jailname/portstreename/setname.
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