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Re: src/external and old directories
In article <50446377.4050504%execsw.org@localhost>,
Masanobu SAITOH <msaitoh%execsw.org@localhost> wrote:
> Some programs and libraries have moved to src/external. Some old
>directories were removed, but others still exist.
> a) -current's src/lib/libl:
> It was removed from src/lib/Makefile.
> Is there any reason to leave src/lib/libl?
> b) netbsd-6's usr.sbin/tcpdump
> It was removed from src/usr.sbin/Makefile.
> src/usr.sbin/Makefile is broken because the SRCDIR points
> the old (nonexistent) directory.
>Should we remove them? I've not checked for other programs.
Yes, typically I leave things around for a couple of weeks before
removing them after I replace them in external. And typically I forget :-)
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