Subject: Include paths and config(8)
To: Greg Hudson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
Date: 09/22/1996 17:33:47
Greg Hudson writes:
> * If you use `include "foo.std"' in your kernel configuration
> files, you must change them to `include
> "arch/foo/conf/foo.std"'. Until you do that, your port
> won't configure with the new config.
It seems like *all* occurrences of
in a config file need to be changed to
(see, for example, arch/pmax/conf/DSG. All the include directives
there, and in the files in that directory it inclues, need
"arch/pmax/conf" added. Is this the intended behaviour or a bug?
>From earlier discussion, I'd thought that an "machine foo bar" line in
"foo.std" was sufficient to put arch/foo/conf (and arch/bar/conf) on
config's include search-path. That isn't happening for me, at least
for includes in the config file itself.