Re: Enabling builddir != srcdir by default in jhbuild

On Thu, 2016-06-02 at 23:50 +0100, Emmanuele Bassi wrote:
[ Picking this up again ]

I've been spending the last couple of days fixing modules on (you may have noticed a commit or two from me on your
modules fixing builddir != srcdir issues); submitting bugs/patches to
modules that are hosted elsewhere; and disabling non-srcdir builds
directly in the jhbuild modulesets. I'm fairly confident that all
remaining issues are now limited to modules that are in gnome-apps or
gnome-world, but I haven't tested things like all the C++ language
bindings modules.

If you maintain a module listed in jhbuild, *please* update your
jhbuild local repository and try build your module with the new
buildroot setting enabled. If your module fails to build, fixing it
would also be appreciated — as it would spare you and everybody else
time and effort; alternatively, you can poke me on IRC, and I'll
either fix it for you, or help you out in fixing it.

As a last resource, we can mark modules that do not support non-
builds in the various modulesets, but I'd rather avoid it as it
defeats the purpose.

Looks like this is uncovering more bugs.
$ jhbuild buildone -afn gnome-documents
*** Configuring gnome-documents *** [1/1]
/home/hadess/Projects/jhbuild/gnome-documents/ --prefix
/home/hadess/Projects/gnome-install --disable-Werror  --enable-getting-
fatal: Not a git repository (or any parent up to mount point /home)
Stopping at filesystem boundary (GIT_DISCOVERY_ACROSS_FILESYSTEM not
<carries on>

The tries to run:
git submodule update --init --recursive

Which might, or might not be a good idea. In any case, that won't work
if cwd isn't the git repo.

What's the proper fix for this then?


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