Subject: Re: 'readline.h' not installed
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Markus Kilbinger <email@example.com>
Date: 02/28/2000 15:11:24
>>>>> "PER4MANCE" == PER4MANCE, J Dolecek <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> While upgrading NetBSD 1.3.3 -> 1.4.2 'make install' from
>> '/usr/src' stopped in '/usr/src/lib/libedit' with the complaint
>> that the link '/usr/include/history.h ->
>> /usr/include/readline.h' cannot be created because
>> '/usr/include/readline.h' does not exist.
-> Missing '/usr/include/readline.h' inst.?
PER4MANCE> Hmm, the Makefile seems to have all necessary bits ...
PER4MANCE> do you have up-to-date /usr/share/mk/bsd.*.mk and
PER4MANCE> 1.4-ish make(1) ?
yes. If I do a 'make install' in '/usr/src/lib/libedit' on an already
successfully installed 1.4.2 system I see _no_ installation of
'/usr/include/readline.h', but I see a final attempt to produce the
symbolic link '/usr/include/history.h -> /usr/include/readline.h'.
So, where should '/usr/include/readline.h' come from!? The only
'readline.h' source in my source tree is in '/usr/src/lib/libedit'...