The intent was to leave the source around so that you could go look
at things if there was a problem (especially during a build).
A probably completed "Trim" phase would have solved this. :-\ (e.g.,
keep_successful_mpi_builds = 0). But Trim is unfortunately quite
complex to implement -- that's the only reason it hasn't been done yet.
As a short-term options, which would you prefer:
1. a post_build option that will run after a success build/install
2. an option to simply whack the entire source tree after a
On Nov 6, 2006, at 1:10 PM, Josh Hursey wrote:
> Is there a 'post_build' flag in the [MPI Install] section? I'd like
> to be able to execute a script or 'make distclean' after a version of
> a branch has been built and installed.
> The problem is that we are getting close to our quota on some of the
> machines that we are using (every night we generate a directory about
> 1.3 GB, and that quickly adds up). Since the 'source' directory is
> not really useful (except for config.log) once the branch is
> installed I'd like to shrink it a bit (or remove it all together).
> Is there any way to do this currently?
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