Subject: Re: obj dirs/links in x11 with `build.sh obj'
To: Barry Bouwsma <freebsd-misuser@remove-NOSPAM-to-reply.NOSPAM.dyndns.dk>
From: James Chacon <jmc@NetBSD.org>
Date: 07/19/2004 15:24:28
On Mon, Jul 19, 2004 at 09:08:45PM +0200, Barry Bouwsma wrote:
> [this may no longer be relevant, as my sources haven't been
> updated for over a month. I've downloaded the latest and I'll
> be building again after I go back offline, so... Keep replies
> on the list and I'll catch up much later, thanks]
> Am I missing something, or should either
> - the `obj' target of build.sh also create the X11 obj target, or
It should (IMO)
> - there be a separate x-obj-like target for build.sh that will
> create the X11 obj links/directories?
Naww...I think x11 should be treated just like any other optional subdir
and added to the list if it's being built.
> As far as I can see, I can't do this without doing a complete
> build (unlike the rest of the source, where `obj' creates the
> object tree in its own separatable step), unless I go into the
> x11 directory and manually give the appropriate nbmake invocation.
Yes, this is highly annoying.
> Pointers to the obvious RTFM welcome, if I'm being dumb. Or if
> it works now (within the last month or two), apologies for wasting
> your time.
If you have time, file a toolchain PR about this.