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Re: NetBSD-HEAD amd64 refuses to build
On Dec 17, 3:42pm, Patrick Welche wrote:
} On Tue, Dec 17, 2013 at 01:16:29PM +0000, Thomas Mueller wrote:
} > > A clean build with no special options means at least this:
} > * clean source tree, with no extra or modified files (it might be
} > easiest to delete everything and check out a clean source tree);
} > * no left over output files or temporary files from previous build
} > attempts, such as TOOLDIR, RELEASEDIR, DESTDIR, or obj dirs;
} > * no /etc/mk.conf or similar file;
} > * no -V options passed to build.sh;
} > * no environment variables that are intended to affect the build.
} Good advice!
} > I need /etc/mk.conf for pkgsrc though it apparently plays no role in system
} /etc/mk.conf is used in system builds - hence the suggestion to try building
} without, above.
} > > Is this problem repeatable, and does it also appear with -j1?
} > --apb (Alan Barrett)
} > I never set -j1, though I've omitted this parameter a few times, and it
made no apparent difference.
} This is odd, as from your previous message:
} >> ===> build.sh command: ./build.sh -m amd64 -M ../obj.amd64.llvm
} >> -B nb20131214-llvm -T ../tooldir.amd64.llvm -V MKLLVM=yes -V
} >> HAVE_LLVM=yes -V MKLIBCXX=yes -U -j 9 distribution kernel=GENERIC
} The reason for trying -j1, i.e., a serial build, is again to simplify
} the build so that issues of the form "object A hadn't finished building
} before it was needed by B in the other parallel make" can be ruled out.
"-j1" is not the same as leaving out "-j" completely and can
have different failure modes. If you want to try a non-parallel
build, it is best to leave out "-j" completely.
}-- End of excerpt from Patrick Welche
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