[Distutils] I wonder what is the best practice to clean a buildout project ?
marius at pov.lt
Thu Jan 31 19:52:22 CET 2013
On Thu, Jan 31, 2013 at 03:37:21PM +0100, Stéphane Klein wrote:
> I wonder what is the best practice to clean a buildout project ?
> I would like a command to remove :
> * bin/
> * develop-eggs
> * parts
> * .installed.cfg
> I can create a Makefile clean, or clean.sh script.
> What do you do in your project ?
I usually create a Makefile with rules to 'make run', 'make test' and so
on, as appropriate (and a plain 'make' to build a local virtualenv for
isolation, bootstrap bin/buildout with it, and run bin/buildout
whenever buildout.cfg or versions.cfg or my setup.py changes).
I've never found the need to 'make clean' a buildout project, but if I
did, I'd add a makefile rule.
WARN_(accel)("msg null; should hang here to be win compatible\n");
-- WINE source code
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