Iain Buclaw ibuclaw at
Wed Sep 16 10:42:27 UTC 2020

On Wednesday, 16 September 2020 at 09:55:22 UTC, wjoe wrote:
> The way it's being done right now is that 'make install' 
> installs to the /usr prefix. After that a tarball of this 
> prefix is created (via tar cJf gdc-triplet.txz /usr). I'm not 
> sure if that's suitable as a release as is because tar omits 
> the root / so the result will be extracted as usr/
> There isn't a lot of time budget left in that task but it 
> should be possible to run some more scripts.
> If the time limit won't suffice it should be possible to cache 
> /usr and move the tar ball script into a new task.

If it follows the convention of the existing packages, it should 
be fine.  e.g: tar extracts gdc into 

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