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Re: use of bsd.sys.mk
In article <20140112084313.GN18210%apb-laptoy.apb.alt.za@localhost>,
Alan Barrett <apb%cequrux.com@localhost> wrote:
>On Fri, 10 Jan 2014, Christos Zoulas wrote:
>>Module Name: src
>>Committed By: christos
>>Date: Fri Jan 10 15:50:34 UTC 2014
>> src/external/mit/xorg/server/xorg-server/hw/xfree86/common: Makefile
>>don't include bsd.sys.mk
>bsd.sys.mk is needed to get the value of HOST_SH, which is used in a
>At present, Makefiles that use assorted HOST_* tools in "!="
>lines usually include bsd.sys.mk to get the variable definitions
>sufficiently early. If you don't want them to do that, then we
>need to find a way that works. Perhaps a lot of the variable
>definitions from bsd.sys.mk can be moved to bsd.own.mk, or a file
>that's included by bsd.own.mk.
>Also, if you think that Makefiles should not include bsd.sys.mk,
>then please edit share/mk/bsd.README to document how things should
I will, but this ended up being a lot more complicated that I thought
since the HOST_ variables are defined in bsd.own.mk and bsd.sys.mk for
no particularly good reason.
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