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Re: Compiling the current source code
2008/8/4 Alan Barrett <apb%cequrux.com@localhost>:
> On Mon, 04 Aug 2008, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
>> Is there a reason why an obj directory isn't created automatically
>> like a destdir and tooldir and other directories are created
> As far as I know, it is supposed to be created automatically, and it
> is certainly created automatically when I use build.sh. I wasn't
> consciously aware of the problem until your message, but it's probably
> not too difficult to fix.
> --apb (Alan Barrett)
After your changes to build.sh in rev. 1.191 of Aug 5th it appears
that it is now mandatory to use -O or -M with build.sh. Before this
change I used build.sh without specifying -O or -M (my typical use is
a plain and sometimes somewhat dangerous 'sh build.sh -u -E build).
I feel much more comfortable having set the paths to the source and
object directories in /etc/mk.conf rather than specifying them in each
call to build.sh.
The part of my /etc/mk.conf that is not related to pkgsrc is:
# Generate object files in machine dependent locations
My question really is whether it is intentional that using BSDOBJDIR
and BSDSRCDIR in /etc/mk.conf has stopped working ?
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