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toolchain/42497: [dM] Two more build timestamp issues
>Synopsis: [dM] Two "build writes into source tree" timestamp issues
>Arrival-Date: Tue Dec 22 18:50:00 +0000 2009
>Originator: der Mouse
>Release: NetBSD 4.0.1
Probably irrelevant; the cross-build-from system is
System: NetBSD Scratch.Rodents-Montreal.ORG 3.1 NetBSD 3.1 (GEN31) #0: Wed Mar
4 23:05:10 EST 2009
I apparently did something that changed the timestamps on some
of my source files (probably, copying some of the source tree
in a non-timestamp-preserving way); attempts to rebuild failed
with permission denied attempting to remove
(/usr/src.401 being where I had the 4.0.1 source tree) and
other files in that same directory (make.info-%d for %d from 1
to 11). Touching the files it was trying to remove made the
There was a similar failure, later in the build, with
Again, touching the file made the failure go away.
Change your source tree timestamps suitably and try to rebuild.
I don't know which the relevant "newer" file is, but setting
/usr/src/gnu/dist/binutils/ld/configdoc.texi to times far in
the past should tickle the problem.
Workaround: touch the files.
Fix: according to mailing list traffic (the thread begins with
this indicates a need for `a "NetBSD_disabled" rule', whatever
that is, somewhere (two places, I suspect, given the two
failures). I don't know more.
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