On 04/15/2014 07:55 PM, Mike Frysinger wrote:
i have no problem with encouraging people to build out of tree (i
functionality). sometimes though, it's easier to just build in tree to do
quick tests. i also don't think it's a big deal to support, or to just take
patches tweaking the gitignore file even if people themselves don't want to
I don't really care either way. The current hints (.gitignore contents,
INSTALL instructions) point towards in-tree builds. But now I'm
might be easier to keep these lists in src/.gitignore or
i'm fine with either.
I think this would make sense if we want to complete the listing of
So which way do we want to go? Remove all ignored files only generated
during an in-tree build, or add the missing auto-generated files from
such a build?
Florian Weimer / Red Hat Product Security Team