Subject: Re: bsd.hostprog.mk problem?
To: Todd Vierling <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 11/14/2001 21:34:27
>: /usr/src/tools/tools.NetBSD-1.5Y-sparc/bin/groff -Tascii -mtty-char -mandoc /usr/src/lib/libc/db/man/btree.3 > btree.cat3
>: Segmentation fault - core dumped
>: or is that a new trick i've picked up by updating earlier today?
>Dunno about this. Try updating and rebuilding groff. In particular, update
>src/gnu/dist/groff to make sure you don't have stray files sitting around --
>I had to remove three .h files generated from .y's that had no .cc
i nuked my obj tree and all my obj symlinks prior to this build. cvs
update reported no extraneous files in gnu/dist/groff or in
gnu/usr.bin/groff. nor any recent updates to anything in libc.
on the other hand, i just updated again and re-sanitized my tree.
i'll let you know. :)
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