Subject: Re: README: rcmd(3) changed.
To: None <email@example.com>
From: None <Havard.Eidnes@runit.sintef.no>
Date: 05/27/1997 23:01:03
> WHAT THIS MEANS FOR YOU: you will *have* to update your libraries
> (well, at least libc) for this change, before compiling userland.
Hm, just got this from a fresh compile of the source tree:
cc -O -Werror -nostdinc -idirafter /usr/obj/build/usr/include -c /usr/src/bin/rcp/rcp.c
/usr/src/bin/rcp/rcp.c: In function `toremote':
/usr/src/bin/rcp/rcp.c:296: too few arguments to function `susystem'
/usr/src/bin/rcp/rcp.c: In function `tolocal':
/usr/src/bin/rcp/rcp.c:343: too few arguments to function `susystem'
*** Error code 1
Did I miss something? No, I've not yet updated the libraries,
they're being updated through the same "make build" where this
occurred. From a little more inspection it seems I caught the
source tree in mid-stride for this change, as the susystem
function in util.c has two args whereas the calls only have