--make should not touch the -o file if it doesn't change it
alex at alexjacobson.com
Wed Jan 2 10:18:52 EST 2008
I think this was a bug on my part. Some file was getting touched that I
wasn't aware of. Sorry.
Simon Marlow wrote:
> Alex Jacobson wrote:
>> Right now, if you recompile with --make, the exeutable gets a new
>> timestamp. That seems incorrect. Is this a bug?
> If the executable was re-linked, then it gets a new timestamp, since the
> file's contents have changed, but if no compilation or linking was
> required, then the executable and its timestamp remain unchanged. Seems
> ok to me, am I missing something?
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