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Re: build broken -groff and c++ compiler


I have the same problem.  Following the Riccardo's lead, I removed all of the
objdirs in /src/external/gpl3/binults.  I changed in to the lib directory and
executed the following:

$ make cleandir && make obj && make dependall USETOOLS=never && make install

After much output I got the following error:

ar crs libbfd_pic.a `NM=nm lorder archive.pico archures.pico bfd.pico 
bfdio.pico bfdwin.pico cache.pico coffgen.pico corefile.pico format.pico 
init.pico lib_bfd.pico opncls.pico reloc.pico section.pico syms.pico 
targets.pico hash.pico linker.pico srec.pico binary.pico tekhex.pico ihex.pico 
stabs.pico stab-syms.pico merge.pico dwarf2.pico simple.pico compress.pico 
verilog.pico elf64-x86-64.pico elf-ifunc.pico elf-nacl.pico elf64.pico elf.pico 
elflink.pico elf-attrs.pico elf-strtab.pico elf-eh-frame.pico dwarf1.pico 
elf32-i386.pico elf-vxworks.pico elf32.pico i386netbsd.pico aout32.pico 
coff-i386.pico cofflink.pico pei-i386.pico peigen.pico pei-x86_64.pico 
pex64igen.pico elf64-gen.pico elf32-gen.pico cpu-i386.pico cpu-l1om.pico 
cpu-k1om.pico netbsd-core.pico archive64.pico | tsort -q`
make[2]: don't know how to make /home/NetBSD/src/lib/libz/ Stop

make[2]: stopped in /home/NetBSD/src/external/gpl3/binutils/lib/libbfd
*** Error code 2


From: Riccardo Mottola <>
Subject: Re: build broken -groff and c++ compiler
Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2013 18:59:35 +0200

> If I run make distclean and then "cvs -q update -dPA" in
> /usr/src/external/gpl3/binutils
> I get no output, that menas my source dir is clean
> I went manually into /usr/src/external/gpl3/binutils/lib and typed:
>  make cleandir && make obj && make dependall USETOOLS=never && make install
> for lib, usr.bin, usr.sbin
> installation looks fine, for example "as":
> #   install  /usr/bin/as
> install  -N /usr/src/etc -c  -r -o root -g wheel -m 555   as /usr/bin/as
> thus, binutils installed now.
> and now, the works! Given that, I'll relaunch a build of distribution
> and see! it looks more promising now.
> I still have a problem with objective-c, but let's first see if a full
> distirbution build finishes and helps or not. I'll give updates tomorrow.
> Thanks for now
> Riccardo

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