On 17 October 2016 at 15:37, Igor Gnatenko <ignate...@redhat.com> wrote:

> during last FPC meeting we agreed[0] that we need some standardization
> of macro related to builds where builddir != srcdir (and with
> possibility to make it builddir = srcdir).

May I ask why? Is it any particular reason investing time on this area?
All projects are ready to have srcdir == builddir and many are not. Many
are not.

IMO there is no significant cons to switch to builddir != srcdir and there
are much more interesting things to do from point of view standardization like
even apply some common way of formatting spec files (human brain is well
adapted to find patterns or is able to easy catch breaking those patterns
.. so common formatting wouch be helpful on find issues with some spec

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