auto-build-make-root - Create a new build engine root directory
# auto-build-make-root PATH-TO-NEW-ROOT
To create a build engine root under /var/lib/builder, the location expected by the example configuration file, execute:
# auto-build-make-root /var/lib/builder
The build engine expects a number of stub directories to be created within the build root.
Since this set of directories may change over time,
auto-build-make-root script provides a convenience for populating all pre-requisite directories.
The following directories are created by the script:
The directory into which the modules' source code will be checked out of version control.
The virtual root directory in which modules will install files during the "make install" part of their build process.
The directory into which build and test log files will be spooled during execution of modules' control files.
The directory into which packages (RPMs, Debian packages, ZIPs, etc) will be saved by the module's control file. There are subdirectories below this for all the various different types of packages.
The directory used for caching the results of module builds across build cycles.
The directory in which the HTML status pages will be generated, and build artifacts, packages, and log files published. This directory should be exported by an HTTP server
The directory in which packages will be published. This directory should be exported by an FTP server.
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