Subject: bin/1900: various programs in /usr/src/domestic don't 'make clean' properly
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chris G. Demetriou <cgd@NetBSD.ORG>
Date: 01/06/1996 01:19:11
>Synopsis: 'make clean' doesn't work right in /usr/src/domestic
>Responsible: bin-bug-people (Utility Bug People)
>Arrival-Date: Sat Jan 6 01:50:02 1996
>Originator: Chris G. Demetriou
Kernel Hackers 'r' Us
>Release: NetBSD-current, January 5, 1996
System: NetBSD sun-lamp.pc.cs.cmu.edu 1.1A NetBSD 1.1A (SUN_LAMP) #19: Thu Jan 4 20:42:03 EST 1996 email@example.com:/usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/SUN_LAMP i386
At least one subdir of /usr/src/domestic (/usr/src/domestic/lib/libss
in particular, and several others) doesn't 'make clean' or
'make cleandir' properly.
After you build /usr/src/domestic, 'make cleandir'. Then, look
around and notice that there are stray files (symlinks mostly)
still hanging around from the build. Offending subdirs include
(but are not limited to) lib/libkrb and lib/libss.
Add the appropriate files to CLEANFILES in each directory.
To do this correctly (to avoid blowing away actual sources),
the build process may need to change slightly. I can't say
why some of the symlinks that are made (e.g. the ones for the
*.et files) are made at all; there are easier, better ways to
achieve the same effects.