Subject: CVS commit: basesrc
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Todd Vierling <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/31/2001 21:59:44
Module Name: basesrc
Committed By: tv
Date: Wed Oct 31 19:59:44 UTC 2001
Major cleanup and overhaul:
* Allow MACHINE to be set automatically on NetBSD native builds.
Require -m only if the host is not NetBSD.
* Fail if DESTDIR is set to root (/) and the build is not NetBSD native,
or the build is attempting a "make release" (option -R).
* Warn the user if DESTDIR is set to root (/) that the kernel must be up
to date, or else the build might hose the system. Also, do not remove
DESTDIR on -r if it is set to root.
* Fail if TOOLDIR is set to / or empty after checking with nbmake.
* Allow DESTDIR and TOOLDIR to be set in mk.conf and/or by the new default
from <bsd.own.mk>. Note that if -T is not used to set TOOLDIR, and
TOOLDIR is not set in the environment, then nbmake will always be
bootstrapped (rather than looking at nbmake's timestamp). This is
because /bin/sh doesn't know how to get TOOLDIR from mk.conf without
first having nbmake (...which lives in TOOLDIR).
* Do a pass of "make obj" through src/tools before installing nbmake (so
long as -o/MKOBJDIRS=no is not specified). This ensures that objdirs
exist if they are desired, and paves the way for using build.sh to
build all the src/tools without building everything else.
* Add "-w" option, which allows the builder to specify where the nbmake
wrapper shell script should be created. If not specified,
$TOOLDIR/bin/nbmake-$MACHINE is still created as a default.
* Print the values of DESTDIR and TOOLDIR after bootstrapping nbmake,
for informational purposes.
It should now be possible to type just "./build.sh" on a NetBSD-current
host and get a new build in / for the appropriate architecture.
However, building in-place like this has *not* been extensively tested
yet, so be careful.
To generate a diff of this commit:
cvs rdiff -r1.14 -r1.15 basesrc/build.sh
Please note that diffs are not public domain; they are subject to the
copyright notices on the relevant files.