Subject: Re: make changes: breaks make includes?
To: Manuel Bouyer <email@example.com>
From: Kazushi (Jam) Marukawa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/26/1999 02:05:06
On Sep 24, 17:07, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
> Subject: Re: make changes: breaks make includes?
> Did you 'make cleandir' before rebuilding make ?
> As it is brocken, don't expect to recompile files which have changed :)
Yes, I did, but it doesn't help me.
I checked why make doesn't install new header files. Then,
finally, I found the reason. Maybe a stupid reason. The
reason of problem is like this.
1. Two src directories were created at /usr/src and
/emul/aout/usr/src. Mayby, I executed sup at
/emul/aout/usr/src while I was moving to ELF system but
working on an aout format shell.
2. My /usr/local/bin/cmp (maybe the part of GNU diff) is
compiled as aout format.
3. Make doesn't install new header files because it
executes /usr/local/bin/cmp and the cmp compares old
header files and /usr/include.
So, I removed all of /emul/aout/usr/src and others. Then,
I'm doing "make build" now. It seems to be working well.
Thanks for your help.
"Nuclear war can ruin your whole compile."
-- Karl Lehenbauer