Subject: Re: HEADS UP: build.sh semantics changed
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Anthony Mallet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/24/2003 00:51:11
Luke Mewburn wrote :
| The build.sh semantics have changed. This commit message should explain
| it all. If not, UPDATING will. If not, ask on current-users.
Looks like `./build.sh install=/` from a native NetBSD system doesn't
work with MACHINE unset: build.sh complains about "/" being impossible
I had to use the -m option to set MACHINE manually.
After a quick look at the script, it appears that in the case where
MACHINE is undefined its value is computed after the sanity checks for
the `install' option?