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Re: Build Failure - no html manual files
OK, I cleared my object directory out, and added -V MKHTML=no to the
build command, and it works fine.
What I still don't understand is what changed. I haven't changed my
build command for some time (like.... months?).
>>> Luke Mewburn <lukem%NetBSD.org@localhost> 9/2/2008 6:19 PM >>>
On Tue, Sep 02, 2008 at 06:15:49PM -0500, David Dudley wrote:
| Not that I know of, but previously, I hadn't deleted my obj
| before a build, and since the last time I did, I've done a number
| successful builds on 4.99.72.
| What argument in /etc/mk.conf would affect this, and I'll check for
MKHTML controls building of the html manual pages under
Other MK variables such as MKMAN=no or MKSHARE=no may disable html
However, setting these to no (e.g., MKHTML=no) should also prevent the
set lists for complaining about missing html manual pages.
Try cleaning out your objdir and your destdir (i.e, a complete fresh
build) and see how that goes.
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