On Thu, Feb 12, 2015 at 12:11 PM, Glen Barber <g...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> The major benefit is that all debugging data that we need to properly
> debug application crashes in the base system will be available
> There is a trade-off here, in both directions. For arm, for example,
> the trade-off is that the default installed userland would grow, however
> when there is a PR regarding an application crash, the tools to diagnose
> the issue are there by default (we do not need to ask that the utility
> is rebuilt with debugging options enabled, and then recreate the crash).
> I considered making this an opt-in thing for arm, but given the above
> rationale, thought it would be more beneficial for the opposite route.
> If you feel necessary, however, we can turn this off by default for now
> for arm.
Is this default value supposed to go to future releases or only kept in
-current for development & debugging purpose?
For releases and resource-critical platforms, it'd be nice to build them all
at once but only populate when needed after installation.
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