On 2016/09/22 09:46 PM, deloptes wrote:
> Hi again,
> I recently had more time to work on TDE (as you have noticed) and I have
> rebuild and installed tdebase and tdelibs from git. tdepowersave crashed,
> so I installed (download from git, rebuild package etc).
> My question is after tdebase and tdelibs are being compiled from git, should
> I recompile other packeges ... or all? What are the pros and cons?
> I do not want to risk too much - if risk is high I would think of building
> dedicated environment.
> What is your experience and way of doing things? Is there a good practice
When you rebuild tdelibs I suggest you rebuild all subsequent packages, unless you are sure there are no changes in API/ABI.
If unsure, rebuild all from scratch ;-)
Usually I do a full rebuild from time to time (once a month or so, when I have time to work on TDE), then just do local
builds for single packages while working on bug fixing.
When I see too many new commits or something that may potentially require a rebuild, I do that. Doesn't take much and
help keeping the system stable.