Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> Tom Lane wrote:
>> The buildfarm script is supposed to complain about unexpected files in
>> the repository --- I wonder if it is fooled by the .cvsignore entries
>> for these files?
> Yes, we do. A patch made in July 2005 has this comment:
> "ignore files listed in cvsignore files - this will stop inappropriate
> triggering of vpath builds."
> Perhaps I should only do that for vpath builds. Or perhaps I should
> even remove them at the end of a build, since we don't expect any of
> those files in a clean repo, do we?
> Also, in case anyone has not got the message yet: Don't ever build by
> hand in the buildfarm repo. Ever. I mean it. Use a copy.
I have just committed a patch that removes the cvsignore trap. This
should be safe as we now remove them at the end of a buildfarm vpath run.
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