Why is it that running
./x.py check seems to blow away any existing build I had for tests?
When I re-run tests after a check, it has to start from scratch
Maybe I'm confused about the cause here, though
x.py check always uses incremental, so it always creates incremental artifacts
if you weren't using incremental before, this is the same as completely invalidating any artifacts you had before
I am using incremental, though..
I always pass in
-i just to be sure
that's what I'm doing :)
well now that I know it's just me, I can try to figure out what else I'm doing
x.py check and
x.py build do not play nicely with each other
it seems plausible this might be causing the problem?
x.py builddo not play nicely with each other
x.py test -iplay well with
x.py build -i? I have a compiler and want to run a single testcase under compiletest, but if it's going to blow everything away I'll limit myself to gedankentesting for now ;-)
Well, for posterity,
./x.py test -i --stage 1 src/test/ui --test-args foo does not rebuild the compiler :tada: