Subject: Re: Updating current in the wrong order after the make change.
To: Richard Earnshaw <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 01/16/2001 14:48:50
>> you need a consistent source tree at the very least. i've not tried
>> it, but i imagine that the majority of the work would be assembling
>> the major toolchain (eg, cc, ld, as, etc, but also sh, awk, lex, yacc,
>> rpcgen, and so on). once you've got that in place, the libraries to
>> support the binaries ought to come in short order (with libc instead
>> called libnetbsd?), and then the binaries themselves. built, that is,
>> not necessarily completely *working*.
>Indeed; you would probably also have to assemble some sort of support
>library -- there are places where even these tools assume the C library
>and headers are the NetBSD ones.
indeed! such a chore is not for the timid or inexperienced.
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