Subject: make depend for sparc II; re: genassym.sh
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Rob Healey <rhealey@MR.Net>
Date: 05/13/1997 21:19:42
Me again. A coworker just gave me a "duh, add sys/types.h to the
sparc genassym.cf file since it needs the defines in types.h..."
OK, so I commented out the zs ifdef that was causing the
unbalanced endif whined about in my last message, added an
include <sys/types.h> to the top of the sparc/sparc/genassym.cf
file and NOW everything works fine...
I uncommented the zs stuff in the .cf file and the awk invokation
from kern/genassym.sh hurled core... So I commented out the
ifdef notyet stuff that should be ignored anyways again...
What's going on? If the sparc/sparc/genassym.cf file needs a
include <sys/types.h> file then why didn't other sparc people
have problems? What's the deal with the zs lines with ifdef notyet
tripping up the original attempt at genassym.sh?
I installed todays mk files, remade make, did the make includes
and make depend. Why would things work OK on other systems but not