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Re: build.sh fails
Sarton O'Brien wrote:
On 17/06/2009 2:12 PM, Bruno Damour wrote:
well, I deleted everything in src and xsrc, and got the whole thing
again via cvs.
Build still fails with :
He said delete the 'object' tree, not the 'source' tree.
Depending on your invocation this may be located in various places.
The default is /usr/obj with a symlink at /usr/src/obj.
Basically you want to removed anything that was previously compiled,
unless you know what you are looking for.
trying to build current for 1 week build.sh keeps failing with :
nmbmake: don't know how to make dri2proto.h. Stop
That is usually caused by a 'stale' depend file.
Either delete the entire object tree, or search all the .d and .depend
files for the one that references the old file.
I'll try it
I thought that running build.sh without the -u flag would clean every
previous build remains
sorry a bit newbie with netbsd
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