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    • Nirbheek Chauhan's avatar
      gitlab: Fix cannot overwrite directory error when symlinking · e7485fe1
      Nirbheek Chauhan authored
      GitLab doesn't wipe images entirely before reusing them across jobs.
      It relies on the build scripts to not write outside the workdir.
      However, we create symlinks outside of the workdir, which breaks in
      weird ways.
      
      Specifically, when ../../gstreamer/cerbero exists, `ln -sf` creates
      ../../gstreamer/cerbero/cerbero, which is wrong, but doesn't cause an
      error. However, when the image is reused again after this,
      ../../gstreamer/cerbero/cerbero already exists, so `ln -sf` yields:
      
      ln: ../../gstreamer/cerbero/cerbero: cannot overwrite directory
      
      This is fixed in master after overhauling the scripts to never write
      outside of workdir, but for 1.16 we need to hack it by not symlinking
      if the target dir already exists.
      
      Part-of: <!370>
      e7485fe1
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