Subject: Re: tweaks for fparseln(3) move from libutil to libc
To: Christos Zoulas <email@example.com>
From: Luke Mewburn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/04/2002 22:57:53
On Tue, Dec 03, 2002 at 01:18:59PM +0000, Christos Zoulas wrote:
| In article <20021203130352.D610@snowdrop.l8s.co.uk>,
| David Laight <email@example.com> wrote:
| >The recent changes:
| >tweaks for fparseln(3) move from libutil to libc:
| >- remove #include <util.h> if nothing else needed it
| >- remove LDFLAGS+=-lutil if nothing else needed it
| >stop the build running because fparseln isn't in libc
| >on the build system.
| >I had to revert these changes to get the host tools
| >pax, makefs and mtree to compile.
| >In particular two files in mktree needed util.h
| >and I added HOST_LDFLAGS += -lutil to all 3 builds.
| >Cross build on alien systems are likely to fall over badly
| >(unless these is some magic elsewhere).
| There is magic in libnbcompat to include fparseln if the
| system needs it. Unfortunately there is a bootstrapping
| problem because it thinks it does not need it for NetBSD.
This is not entirely correct.
Before I committed the changes to tools/compat to check for fparseln,
I tested the changes on a NetBSD 1.6_STABLE system, a -current system
without the migration, and a -current system with the migration,
and tool build worked fine each time.
Note; in each case I was building "clean" (I.e, I disabled UPDATE=1),
UNPRIVED, read-only source, to a DESTDIR != /.
| Revert all your changes.
| make includes && cd lib/libc && make && make install
| Then proceed with your build. Somebody should put this
| in UPDATING.
Is that necessary?
(I suppose it might be for DESTDIR=/ builds...)