Subject: Cross-compiling packages
To: None <tech-pkg@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Bill Studenmund <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/02/1998 11:27:20
[Please keep me in the replies as I get flack for all the maining lists
I'm on now, so I'm not on tech-pkg]
I've got an i386 I've set up for cross-compiling. I'm trying to now
I'm a BIG fan of OBJMACHINE. I want ALL of my directories to have the
machine name (or at lest the architecture) in there - work.i386,
The current make files work fine for that. But recently I ran out of disk
space on my source partition, and so I started using the WRKOBJDIR setup.
Unfortunatly while it makes a link from work.i386 in the package source
area, it makes it to a "work" directory. I want it to make it to a
work.i386 (or work.mac68k etc.) directory. How can I?
Also, the example mk.conf has tabs in the ZIP_ENCRYPTION sample comments.
Should I zap them, or would one of the pkg folks rather do it?