I’m using retroarch/libretro under debian linux 10. I can successfully build them from source following official docs (https://docs.libretro.com/development/retroarch/compilation/linux-and-bsd/) and it works great. But I’m not sure what is the best procedure to rebuild a newer retroarch release, lets say, 6 months later.
Should I remove libretro-super directory and restart afresh following the documentation linked above? (re downloading everything each release)
Is it possible to keep the source and download only changes when a new version is released? How can I do that?
Thank you and regards.