|[Buckminster headless] How to control buckminster workspace? [message #784417]
||Fri, 27 January 2012 08:44
| Gerard Maas
Registered: January 2012
I currently have installed buckminster in a shared drive and I'm using -data to indicate the directory where to write the artifacts.
./buckminster -data <my/data/dir>
But I see that buckminster is creating a /tmp/buckminster/build dir and it's building the workspace there.
My buckminster.properties file looks like this:
# Where all the output should go
# Where the temp files should go
# How .qualifier in versions should be replaced
But it doesn't look like buckminster is picking any of those properties up. (After 4 days of Buckminster, I still have many loose ends to understand)
Where/how should I indicate buckminster to use the share drive iso /tmp? Where is this /tmp dir coming from?
Hoping to have a working build today...
|Re: [Buckminster headless] How to control buckminster workspace? [message #786543 is a reply to message #786378]
||Mon, 30 January 2012 09:55
| Thomas Hallgren
Registered: July 2009
On 2012-01-30 11:48, Gerard Maas wrote:|
> Henrik Lindberg wrote on Fri, 27 January 2012 20:44
>> On 2012-27-01 15:10, Gerard Maas wrote:
>> > Not sure this is the recommended way, but it seems to work. Still
>> > wondering where the /tmp comes from if anybody feels like shinning some
>> > light on that point.
>> IIRC you can tell headless buckminster which property file you want to use rather than setting each property.
> Hi Henrik,
> Thanks for that. How should I instruct headless buckminster to use a given property file?
> -kr, Gerard.
Use -P <property file>
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