Subject: Re: pkgsrc build breakages (was Re: ALL_TARGET -> BUILD_TARGET)
To: None <tech-pkg@NetBSD.org>
From: Douglas Wade Needham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/07/2004 21:41:48
I now see what you mean...Doh! (My name is Homer...Donuts! ;) ).
Indeed, only 5 hits if I add the '-w' option. But we still need to
get them fixed in the repository, so my question remains of will they
be fixed after the freeze, or will we need to wait until after the
freeze to see that the fixes are done. And will they be fixed on the
branch as well...
Quoting Jukka Salmi (email@example.com):
> Douglas Wade Needham --> tech-pkg (2004-12-07 18:07:19 -0500):
> > As for the command to find the ALL_TARGET, I ran the following command
> > in my pkgsrc tree to produce the list and the count:
> > find . -type f -print0 | xargs -0 grep -l ALL_TARGET | \
> > tee ~/tmp/ALL_TARGET.lst | wc -l
> > I am wondering if there are not a bunch of Makefile updates pending
> > for me right now. However, to answer that question, I did a fresh
> > 'cvs co pkgsrc' on the head of the tree (I almost never work off the
> > branches, since I develop packages) into another directory, and did
> > the same command. I still get 205 total hits from that same command.
> If you omit the -l option to grep you'll see the (numerous) matches
> you don't want to count, e.g. INSTALL_TARGET.
> bashian roulette:
> $ ((RANDOM%6)) || rm -rf ~
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