Subject: Re: make changes: breaks make includes?
To: Manuel Bouyer <email@example.com>
From: Kazushi (Jam) Marukawa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/24/1999 02:11:18
These days, I cannot build a userland from scratch because
many of my include files in /usr/src/sys/sys weren't copied
into /usr/include/sys automatically. I guess the reason why
my new supped header files are not installed is the same as
I thought it will fixed soon, but there is no change after 1
week. I'm wondering what's going on. Are somebody working
on it? Or, does my machine have a problem?
On Sep 16, 19:41, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
> Subject: Re: make changes: breaks make includes?
> Yes. I edited 'sysctl.h' in sys/sys, and run 'make includes' from sys/sys
> to reinstall it, and nothing happened.
> By investigating a bit I noticed that the target (cmp -s in this case) was
> not run because 'make' compared the date of /usr/include/sys/sysctl.h with
> the one of /usr/include/sys/sysctl.h instead of ./sysctl.h (that is, the
> target instead of the source).
> How to repeat: just edit sysctl.h and run 'make includes'.
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