Subject: building for multiple archs from a read-only tree
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Rob Healey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/21/2000 20:04:27
The standard "make obj" process seems to need a writable source
tree in order to work.
My old meathod of building 3 archs at the same time was to NFS
export the source tree read-only and then use union mounts on
the 3 different archs to build all 3 at the same time from the same
source tree without nasty things like following bad symlinks happening.
So, is there some way to convince the make process to put ALL files
somewhere else WITHOUT using symlinks in the source tree? ALL files
includes droppings like .depend in addition to .o's, .so's, .a's and
Or is using the union mount system still the best way to go to keep
the source tree ABSOLUTELY clean of build related droppings?