Subject: Re: release tags
To: MLH <email@example.com>
From: Daniel Carosone <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/31/2006 10:01:25
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On Thu, Mar 30, 2006 at 04:52:57PM -0600, MLH wrote:
> TOOLDIR path: /opt/obj/opt/src/tooldir.NetBSD-2.1_STABLE-i386
> makewrapper: /opt/obj/opt/src/tooldir.NetBSD-2.1_STABLE-i38=
> Updated /opt/obj/opt/src/tooldir.NetBSD-2.1_STABLE-i386/bin/nbma=
> Tools built to /opt/obj/opt/src/tooldir.NetBSD-2.1_STABLE-i386
> Nowhere did I specify anything about building a 2.x release, nor
> is there anything in my /etc/mk.conf to specify it.
> Where does the NetBSD-2.1_STABLE-i386 tag come from and how do I
> get rid of it?
These pathnames represent the host platform on which you are building
the tools. The tools are built to run for the building platform, and
are used to build the release your sources are for. If you'd built on
linux or solaris or whatever, you'd have seen those names.
This is all perfectly normal and no cause for panic. You "get rid of
it" by upgrading to the build you just built :)
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