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Subject [GitHub] [incubator-nuttx] davids5 commented on a change in pull request #701: testbuild.sh: Make the use of "git clean" optional
Date Fri, 03 Apr 2020 11:34:17 GMT
davids5 commented on a change in pull request #701: testbuild.sh: Make the use of "git clean"
optional
URL: https://github.com/apache/incubator-nuttx/pull/701#discussion_r402942757
 
 

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 File path: tools/README.txt
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 @@ -994,18 +994,26 @@ testbuild.sh
 
     $ ./testbuild.sh -h
 
-    USAGE: ./testbuild.sh [-l|m|c|u|g|n] [-d] [-x] [-j <ncpus>] [-a <appsdir>]
[-t <topdir>] <testlist-file>
+    USAGE: ./testbuild.sh [-l|m|c|u|g|n] [-d] [-x] [-j <ncpus>] [-a <appsdir>]
[-t <topdir>] [-p] [-G] <testlist-file>
            ./testbuild.sh -h
 
     Where:
       -l|m|c|u|g|n selects Linux (l), macOS (m), Cygwin (c),
-         Ubuntu under Windows 10 (u), or Windows native (n).  Default Linux
-      -a <appsdir> provides the relative path to the apps/ directory.  Default ../apps
-      -t <topdir> provides the absolute path to top nuttx/ directory.  Default $PWD/../nuttx
-      -p only print the list of configs without running any builds
-      -j <ncpus> passed on to make.  Default:  No -j make option
+         Ubuntu under Windows 10 (u), MSYS/MSYS2 (g) or Windows native (n).  Default Linux
       -d enables script debug output
       -x exit on build failures
+      -j <ncpus> passed on to make.  Default:  No -j make option.
+      -a <appsdir> provides the relative path to the apps/ directory.  Default ../apps
+      -t <topdir> provides the absolute path to top nuttx/ directory.
+         Default $WD/../nuttx, where $WD is the parent directory of
+         the directory where this script is.
+      -p only print the list of configs without running any builds
+      -G Use "git clean -xfdq" instead of "make distclean" to clean the tree.
 
 Review comment:
   @xiaoxiang781216 I have been burned by this sort of thing, killing dev tool artifacts.
Should this warn a user on a non CI platform?

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