Subject: Re: Error in -current kernel build
To: Jaromir Dolecek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Eduardo E. Horvath <email@example.com>
Date: 10/14/1999 08:55:52
> Bill Studenmund wrote:
> > On Tue, 12 Oct 1999, Paul Goyette wrote:
> > > I've got the latest sources (as far as I can tell) and when I try to
> > > "make depend" into a completely clean compile/xxx directory, I get
> > >
> > > ../../../../ddb/db_debugger.c:39: wsdisplay.h: No such file or directory
> > >
> > > Now, where is this file supposed to be, and why can't I find it? :)
> > You can't find it because mac68k doesn't use wscons (support is on a
> > branch). :-)
I *knew* this would happen.
> > jd, any ideas on how to fix?
> I've got two of them.
> 1. hack all the ports not using wscons to have something like
> defopt wsdisplay.h NWSDISPLAY
> in the conf/files.$ARCH
> 2. avoid the problem by backing-up my last Debugger() changes,
> since they are mostly useless as they
> are now. It's possible to freely switch between textual wscons
> screens even when you are in DDB (doing it automatically
> is just unnecessary bloat) and the code currently fails to
> switch to console from graphical screen anyway.
> I'd probably vote for the latter, unless I find some good way
> to switch away of graphical screen. We may possibly keep the MD
> specific DDB entry function as cpu_Debugger() and either update
> the callers to use cpu_Debugger() instead of Debugger() or
> provide appropriate define in <systm.h> (the latter is probably
> Opinions ?
How about backing out all those changes, adding an MI function to
wscons that will do the console switching, and then changing the MD
Debugger() routines that support wscons to call it?
Eduardo Horvath firstname.lastname@example.org
"I need to find a pithy new quote." -- me