0cb62d993b43dd048b93e130d96c7757cf10b6d2 — louiz’ 3 years ago acc0458
Rename the build directory in the e2e docker doc

To avoid conflicting with the “host” build/ directory. This way we don’t
need to remove/empty the build/ directory beforehand, etc.
1 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

M doc/developer.rst
M doc/developer.rst => doc/developer.rst +2 -2
@@ 71,7 71,7 @@ created):
.. code-block:: bash
  :caption: Configure and build biboumi from inside the container

  docker exec biboumi-e2e sh -c "cd biboumi && mkdir build/ && cd build/ && cmake .."
  docker exec biboumi-e2e sh -c "cd biboumi && mkdir docker-build/ && cd docker-build/ && cmake .."

This is needed (only once), because if you configure it from your host
machine, then the paths generated by cmake will be all wrong when you try

@@ 80,7 80,7 @@ to compile from inside the container and nothing will work.
.. code-block:: bash
  :caption: Re-compile and run the test suite inside the container

  docker exec biboumi-e2e sh -c "cd biboumi/build && make e2e"
  docker exec biboumi-e2e sh -c "cd biboumi/docker-build && make e2e"

This should now build everything correctly, and run the test suite. If you
want to re-run it again after you edited something in your source tree,