Subject: Re: compiling netbsd.940704
To: None <>
From: Niklas Hallqvist <>
List: amiga-dev
Date: 07/07/1994 14:36:51
>>>>> "Rob" == rhealey  <> writes:

>> In order to compile the kernel with the sources from 940704, I had
>> to add the following files to SRCS in the libkern's Makefile:
>> strncpy.c strcmp.c strcpy.c strncmp.c min.c strcat.c __main.c max.c
Rob> 	Hmmm, I didn't have to do this either with my original July 4
Rob> tree or the one I restored from work to try to isolate the
Rob> problem with the MMU trap.

Maybe Hubert does what I do, keep NetBSD in CVS and imports the tree
every now and then, merging the updates into his own branch.  This
works great, with the exception that one has to be observant wrt
changes in the directory tree layout.  A new hierarchy was introduced
lately, namely sys/lib/libkern/arch.  If this was missed when merging
baseline code with private, you'll see the problem above.

I'm not saying this is what happened, I'm saying it happened to me.

BTW, Rob, thank you very much for revealing the stack underflow fix,
I was going mad...


PS. I know about "cvs update -d" but you see, I don't want all directories
    always, thus I cannot use that switch.

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