Subject: Re: how to use build.sh?
To: Joseph Sarkes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Todd Vierling <email@example.com>
Date: 03/01/2002 22:37:05
On Sun, 24 Feb 2002, Joseph Sarkes wrote:
: My question now, is a matter of precedence, what
: overrides what. I have the possibility of entering
: parameters on the command line of ./build.sh, in
: the environment of the shell executing ./build.sh,
: or /etc/mk.conf.
: It looks to me that ./build.sh just sets up a script
: in the tooldir/bin/nbmake-machine_arch that sets up
: some environment strings and exports them. If you have
: stuff in /etc/mk.conf it seems to override the
: ./build.sh parameters, which is counter intuitive to
: in my mind.
There's been debate about this before, but not a lot of clear direction. I
tend to agree that build.sh may be best explicitly overriding mk.conf,
rather than letting mk.conf override. This is something I might change in
the near future (but will require a pretty loud "HEADS UP" in case anyone
has come to depend on the current scheme).
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