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Re: NetBSD-5 build failures.
>But my answer is no. I've been doing native builds on sparc64 without
>issue (other than the amount of time it takes for the build to complete).
> build.sh command: ./build.sh -j 3 -M /usr/obj -x distribution sets
This brings up something that has been bugging me for a while.
I see you using -M /usr/obj. But if the goal is to build a complete
object tree under /usr/obj, don't you want -O? Every time I've tried
to use -M, it does something ... well, "strange" is the only way I can
think to describe it. If someone could explain to me why you would use
-M instead of -O, I'd appreciate it.
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