Subject: Re: m68k architecture-dependent header files
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bill Studenmund <email@example.com>
Date: 06/22/1998 10:33:55
On Sun, 21 Jun 1998, Charlie & wrote:
> There has recently been some changes in the way the architecture-dependent
> header files are installed. On mac68k, for example, the files now install
> in /usr/include/mac68k instead of /usr/include/machine. This affects files
> both in lists/comp/md.mac68k as well as lists/comp/ad.m68k. Was this
> result intended? If so, a bunch of files need to be moved out of ad.m68k
> and into the various ports' md.xxx. If not, whatever rule installs the
> headers needs to point at 'machine' and not '$SYSARCH' (or whatever it uses).
I might have missed part of the discussion, but I thought the idea was to
migrate toward having all the md files on all the ports. Or at least all
the same architecture ones. So I could compile an amiga-specific program
(which'd grab amiga/something.h files) on a mac68k w/ no problem.