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Re: Heads up: users of the netbsd-8 branch
from Martin Husemann:
> If you are using NetBSD 8 BETA already, and are not updating from the
> official "daily" builds, please note:
> - The gcc internal specs have changed (rules for libgcc when building
> shared binaries). This change requires a full build of ALL binaries
> ever created with gcc 5.4.
> - Failure to do this might lead to strange/spurious fallout like we
> saw in PRs 51266 and 52326.
> Please make sure to NOT do an update build next time when updating from
> source, and also rebuild ALL your pkgs.
> If you are upgrading by downloading new binary sets, it is enough to rebuild
> all your pkgs (or wait for new binary pkgs to become available).
> Sorry for the inconvenience,
Does this also apply to NetBSD-current?
When did the changes happen? My last update on i386 was Aug 30 (but amd64 was last updated Jun 20):
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 113007028 Aug 30 13:57 buildworld-i386.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 5542 Aug 30 20:12 installworld-i386.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 5629 Aug 30 20:44 installworld.log2
Where, in what file in src tree, would this change be noted? My first thought would be doc/CHANGES .
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