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Re: mksetupini fails validating packages because curr is test
On Thu, Nov 30, 2017 at 1:28 AM, Ivan Gagis wrote:
> I use git repository on github to store the files. And to update it I
> clone the repo, run mksetupini and then commit and push.
One thing you can do after a clone/update is to run a script that
tweaks each file's mtime to be its last-commit time. I like to do this
on a fresh clone so that the files have more accurate dates visible
when looking around the checkout. (You have to be careful to not shoot
yourself in the foot if you're using time-based building in the git
repo, but that shouldn't matter in this scenario.) I've seen various
scripts on the web, including this one in perl:
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