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makepkg is a script to automate the building of packages on Arch Linux

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On arch, when using makepkg to build a pacman-installable .pkg.tar.xz file from source... If it's an AUR "-git" source rather than an upstream release, is there a way to (after the first makepkg) do … a git pull and let the build system handle what actually has to be rebuilt? (For a situation where perhaps very often you'd want to install the newest git source.) I don't see how to avoid having makepkg download a new git repo every time, and rebuild everything from scratch every time. …
asked Jun 26 '15 by user1902689