On Sat, Jan 12, 2013 at 06:30:44PM -0500, Pete Wyckoff wrote:
> j...@keeping.me.uk wrote on Sat, 12 Jan 2013 19:23 +0000:
>> When different version of python are used to build via distutils, the
>> behaviour can change. Detect changes in version and pass --force in
>> this case.
>> diff --git a/git_remote_helpers/Makefile b/git_remote_helpers/Makefile
>> +py_version=$(shell $(PYTHON_PATH) -c \
>> + 'import sys; print("%i.%i" % sys.version_info[:2])')
>> all: $(pysetupfile)
>> - $(QUIET)$(PYTHON_PATH) $(pysetupfile) $(QUIETSETUP) build
>> + $(QUIET)test "$$(cat GIT-PYTHON_VERSION 2>/dev/null)" = "$(py_version)"
>> || \
>> + flags=--force; \
>> + $(PYTHON_PATH) $(pysetupfile) $(QUIETSETUP) build $$flags
>> + $(QUIET)echo "$(py_version)" >GIT-PYTHON_VERSION
> Can you depend on ../GIT-PYTHON-VARS instead? It comes from
> 96a4647 (Makefile: detect when PYTHON_PATH changes, 2012-12-18).
> It doesn't check version, just path, but hopefully that's good
> enough. I'm imagining a rule that would do "clean" if
> ../GIT-PYTHON-VARS changed, then build without --force.
I was trying to keep the git_remote_helpers directory self contained. I
can't see how to depend on ../GIT-PYTHON-VARS in a way that is as simple
as this and keeps "make -C git_remote_helpers" working in a clean tree.
Am I missing something obvious here?
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