Subject: Re: current isn't building and I think it's /usr/src/sys/sys/endian.h
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From: Marc Tooley <netbsdMLpostNO@spam.quake.ca>
Date: 01/16/2006 11:23:07
I've been trying to cross-build a few platforms on my i386 machine
running NetBSD-3.99.7 (w/ 3.99.15 kernel) for a while now and I'm
getting warnings like this:
In file included
/v/src-current/tools/compat/compat_defs.h:587:1: warning: "htobe32"
In file included from /usr/include/machine/endian.h:3,
/usr/include/sys/endian.h:154:1: warning: this is the location of the
Other problems have thus far prevented me from building successfully,
but might this warning be a result of the recent changes discussed in
I have an otherwise stock system. I'm using the build.sh command:
./build.sh -m i386 -B 20060116
-M /v/netbsd-build/netbsd-3.99.15/i386/OBJ -N0 release
... using sources sync'd from around 2:00 a.m. this morning.
As as aside, I know -M sets a prefix and -O sets a directory (as
described in make(1),) but is there ever a time when build.sh -O might
be necessary or even useful?
On Wednesday 28 December 2005 11:11, Perry E. Metzger wrote:
> I think I've fixed this now, but I haven't finished testing yet. I'll
> probably be doing more backouts of the "inline" stuff.