Subject: obj-problems in src/lib
To: NetBSD current-users <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Bjoern Labitzke <email@example.com>
Date: 09/01/1997 17:42:42
A word before the questions: Because it works now, it's not too urgent. I
am just curious. ;-)
About a week ago I encountered problems in the lib-subtree of the sources.
I thought the problems might be on my side, so I redid everything step by
step, checked it with persons on #netbsd (esp. kleink; thx. again) and
found the error was not my fault.
1) delete whole source-tree
2) untar whole source-tree
3) sup to update to the last state of development
4) Create /etc/mk.conf with
(my paths to the existing directories)
5) In /local/usr/src "make obj"
6) In /local/usr/src "make -DUPDATE build"
In the lib-subdirs some errors occured, they all had the same reason:
Instead of writing the objects in the obj-dir, they were written to the
corresponding main directory, e.g. instead of /local/usr/src/lib/libc/obj
/local/usr/src/lib/libc got populated with object-files. When it came to
building the lib itself, the files couldn't be found.
My solution: I moved all objects and cat-files to the obj-dir (in all
lib-subdirs!), removed the .depend-files and did a "make -DUPDATE build"
in the main src-dir again. From this time on each build worked fine.
Any ideas why it went wrong in the first run? Remarkable is, that only
src/lib was concerned, all the rest worked fine. (I tested that with some
(make -DUPDATE depend; make -DUPDATE)-runs in different dirs. It went bad
in the lib-dirs, but fine in all the rest.
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