Subject: /usr/include links and 'make build'
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Space Case <email@example.com>
Date: 05/15/1997 21:43:31
On May 13, I did a sup (-svod), edited src/Makefile to remove the
'make cleandir', then did a 'make build'. The files in /usr/include/sys
and /usr/include/machine have their regular dates, but the links to
them in /usr/include are dated when the 'make includes' ran, and thus
most all of the world is getting rebuilt.
Now, I would not have supped at that time, but I was doing a distribution
and ran into the links/files problem mentioned by someone else. While
looking at bsd.prog.mk, I notice that UPDATE is used in more places than
just the master Makefile.
So I have two questions:
Is the behavior (of links) I noted in the first paragraph expected, or
an anomaly? And should I really be doing a 'make update' instead of
editing the master Makefile and doing a 'make build'?
Steven R. Allen - firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.eskimo.com/~wormey/
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without looking to see whether the seeds move.
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It just happens to be selective about who it makes friends with.
-Kyle Hearn <email@example.com>
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