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Re: CVS commit: src
On Sat, Jan 24, 2009 at 03:33:52PM +0100, Havard Eidnes wrote:
> > In its present form, the change is not complete, as the build fails
> > because the directory has not been created.
> > nbmtree: ./kernel: No such file or directory
> > nbmtree: failed at line 35903 of the specification
> I've committed a fix to this by adding ./kernel to
> distrib/sets/lists/base/mi. Perhaps it should have gone into
> distrib/sets/lists/base/mi.module instead (I have a pending
> commit to etc/mtree/NetBSD.dist which adds ./kernel; without it,
> evbppc, which doesn't do kernel modules, will fail it's build).
I believe that entries like a top-level "kernel" directory should go
into etc/distrib/NetBSD.dist, but I would much have preferred it if we
had reached consensus on where to put it before papering over the
cracks and fixing the build. I think the change should have been
reverted, an agreement reached, and then the change made.
> For one, I support the renaming; ./stand is (at least historically)
> for stand-alone code, and kernel modules are not stand-alone code.
> Admittedly we have precious few, if any, instances of stand-alone code
> in our tree beyond our boot loaders, which are treated specially.
"stand" may not be a good name for it - neither is "kernel". Something
else is necessary.
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