anshukhare50 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 20 19:40:26 UTC 2020
I checked git status and I could clearly see modified files.
So I restored them all.
Then I again went to the build folder in C drive. I saw that the changes to
the code which I did in the the first build were gone.
Then I again built the debug version on libreoffice.sln in visual Studio.
I saw that though the changes in the code were removed but they were still
present in the build.
Also the new changes which I am doing now in the code aren't visible in the
P. S : I was working on master branch.
Also, when building libreoffice through cygwin, I didn't gave
--enable-debug or --enable-debug-util in autogen.sh
Could this be a possible reason?
On Thu, 20 Aug, 2020, 11:20 PM Shivam Kumar Singh, <shivamhere247 at gmail.com>
> On Thu, 20 Aug 2020 at 22:41, anshu khare <anshukhare50 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I basically ran autogen.sh , /opt/lo/bin/make gb_color=1,
>> instdir/program/soffice.exe, and /opt/lo/bin/make vs2019-ide-integration
>> again on Cygwin.
> You don't need to run autogen.sh every time. That is only for the first
> build. The normal workflow is to make a new branch -> do your required
> changes -> make
> Then I went to build folder in C drive of my pc. There I found
>> I opened it and built the debug version.
>> I found that the changes which were made during first build were
>> reflected in this built.
>> The changes which I made earlier in the code during my first build were
>> present this time as well.
> I undid the changes in the code. But that didn't affect the changes in
> Are you sure? run "git status" to check if you have some
> uncommitted changes or
> perhaps if you are working on a separate branch from master do "git diff
> master ... your_branch_name". (do not forget the "...")
> Shivam Kumar Singh
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