Subject: Re: Problem in new toolchain builds (need comments)
To: Todd Vierling <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chris Jepeway <email@example.com>
Date: 10/24/2001 15:41:56
> : Well, wouldn't that mean that a stray BSDSRCDIR lying about in
> : /etc/mk.conf, eg, would always mean a MKTOOLS/USE_NEW_TOOLCHAIN=yes
> : build takes place?
> If it points to a source tree, yes. There should be no "stray" BSDSRCDIR --
> if it's set, the build system is being told by you to consider that to be
> the root of the currently building source tree. :)
So, one will no longer be able to both set BSDSRCDIR in /etc/mk.conf
and use <bsd.prog.mk> outside the source tree to compile with
native tools? That seems like it's changing BSDSRCDIR from
"hey, here's where the BSD source lives if you want to know about
that kinda thing" to "by golly, whatever you think you're building,
nevermind, it's really BSD, and it must USE_NEW_TOOLCHAIN."
> : Me
> -- Todd Vierling <firstname.lastname@example.org> * Wasabi NetBSD: Run with it.