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.gitignore sync #211
I wonder why the installer have to recreate the
The build script used to create the archive remove the
- rm -rf app/cache/* app/logs/* .git* + rm -rf app/cache/* app/logs/* .git/
(Also I'm not sure
This method could then be removed. Currently, the generated
1a2 > /bin/ 3,6c4,7 < /phpunit.xml < /var/* < !/var/cache < /var/cache/* --- > /composer.phar > /vendor/ > /web/bundles/ > /var/ 8,9d8 < !/var/logs < /var/logs/* 11,12d9 < !/var/sessions < /var/sessions/* 14,16c11 < !var/SymfonyRequirements.php < /vendor/ < /web/bundles/ --- > /phpunit.xml
It would need a Symfony Standard release because the build script generates the tarball which contains the "built" datas, so the
I don't know if the Symfony team can (or would) execute manually the tarball builder script, but actually I wonder if we could find a workaround in the installer, for instance download the
What do you think?
Personally, I feel like using a workaround in the installer would be useless, whereas updating the build script and the archives (and I mean recreate them through the updated script, of course) would be way more reliable.
I don't see the issue about regenerating the tarballs, but of course, I might not know all the implications behind :)