Subject: re: HEADS UP: new toolchain info! (now default on i386)
To: matthew green <email@example.com>
From: Todd Vierling <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/22/2001 23:02:49
On Sun, 23 Sep 2001, matthew green wrote:
: the main reason is that if i'm hacking one of the tools, i don't want
: to be forced to rebuild it from scratch if i can help it. as it appears
: to stand today, if i change gcc some how, i'll have to rebuild it all
: the way from scratch. that's a problem.
From a build at the top level. I'm trying very specifically not to let
direct "make build" instances be afflicted with version skew.
If you're hacking a tool, you can "make all" and "make install" in
src/tools/foo manually, and it won't cleandir. Set MKTOOLS=no during this
hacking, and your tools/foo directories won't be touched during a "make
I'll document this case.
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