Subject: sup-ing -current Includes?
To: None <macbsd-development@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Tres Hofmeister <firstname.lastname@example.org.EDU>
Date: 07/11/1995 12:18:00
What's the hot ticket for sup-ing -current include files? It
seems like the "include" collection only includes (no pun intended :)
some of the stuff in /usr/include, while the rest is in the "ksrc"
collection. Which I suppose I can understand...
I'd like to have all of the stuff in /usr/include be current.
At the moment, that means a link from /usr/src/include to /usr/include
to fake sup into putting the includes there instead of in /usr/src (I
assume I just don't know enough about sup), and replacing directories
under /usr/include which also exist in /usr/src/sys with symbolic links
to the latter.
Is there a better/easier way? Thanks...
Tres Hofmeister Research Applications Program
email@example.com National Center for Atmospheric Research