Subject: Re: build breaks w/ read-only sources
To: Greywolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Kazushi (Jam) Marukawa <email@example.com>
Date: 10/29/2003 22:52:22
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On Oct 29, 20:38, Greywolf wrote:
> Subject: Re: build breaks w/ read-only sources
> Thus spake Kazushi (Jam) Marukawa ("KJM> ") sometime Today...
> KJM> The key is pwd. A "pwd" of our recent /bin/sh is internal
> KJM> command and the value is cached.
> I rather wish it would use paths as defined rather than paths as calculated.
> Having /path/to/obj/automountpoint/host/automountdir/realpath/to/src/yada
> is very painful when one needs to research problems.
Me too. And, my patch seems to fix the problem. Details
The build.sh was asking `make' to substituate "/usr/src"
to "/usr/obj". However, `make' knows only
"/mnt/raid/netbsd/src" instead of "/usr/src", so that it
cannot substituate correctly.
New build.sh asks `make' to substituate
"/mnt/raid/netbsd/src" to "/usr/obj". Therefore, it
should work fine (I'm in the middle of ./build.sh release
now. It seems working fine.).
Does it make sense?