Currently to make a tarball or an installer, you have to make a target in a special directory per-app: browser/installer for Firefox mail/installer for Tbird xpinstall/packager for suite This is silly. We should have a toplevel makefile target that does the Right Thing. This will reduce the amount of tinderbox logic we need (at least eventually), and will make FF+XR easier to manage.
Comment on attachment 261486 [details] [diff] [review] Unified toplevel targets, rev. 1 Looks good; the only suggestion I might make is that installer, as a target, makes sense, but tarball, as a target, makes less sense in the case where on other platforms, you get something else (.zip on Win32, .??? on Mac?) A "package" target or something might be clearer. (We're just debating all sorts of names today, aren't we?) Other than that, this is going to be very helpful, I think. :-)
Attachment #261486 - Flags: review?(preed) → review+
Fixed on trunk a couple days ago with "package" instead of "tarball".
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 13 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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