Subject: Re: tweaks for fparseln(3) move from libutil to libc
To: Christopher Richards <richards+netbsd@CS.Princeton.EDU>
From: Luke Mewburn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/07/2002 11:59:08
On Fri, Dec 06, 2002 at 06:01:55PM -0500, Christopher Richards wrote:
| email@example.com (Bill Studenmund) writes:
| [re: DESTDIR=/ builds]
| > Agreed, I think we should officially de-support them. We can permit them
| > to work, just don't support.
| In which case, it would be very convenient to have a way of
| automatically installing a successfully populated non-/ DESTDIR on top
| of /. (Compare the buildworld-installworld split in FreeBSD).
Please elaborate on what FreeBSD does here.
| The current recommendation to build a release and then unpack the
| resulting tarballs isn't very elegant.
If you haven't used UNPRIVED, use pax to copy:
pax -rwvpe . /
If you used UNPRIVED, there's a way to do it (which I posted about a
while ago; I'm sure I could dig up the code if you can't find the
message in the archives), but I ususally find it's easier to go to
distrib/sets after a make build, make the sets, and extract those.