Subject: Re: Recent changes to sys/endian.h break eVC
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Valeriy E. Ushakov <email@example.com>
Date: 03/01/2005 03:20:42
On Mon, Feb 28, 2005 at 18:10:42 -0600, James Chacon wrote:
> > Well, hpcboot is an interesting beast. "Its source tree" is actually
> > our source tree: sys/arch/hpc/stand/hpcboot :). It uses libsa and
> > libz. It's a boot loader, but it's not really standalone, as it's a
> > WinCE program.
> > A private sys/endian.h is probably the easiest way in this particual
> > case, but a change like that in, say, libsa would have more impact.
> It should probably still have a private one then or at least file a PR
> for this around libnbcompat not providing enough here.
No, no, libnbcompat is not involved.
hpcboot.exe is a WinCE GUI application. It's is compiled under
Windows. However, hpcboot uses libsa, e.g. to read a kernel from an
FFS filesystem, etc. It already has a shadow includes tree
> Ummm...I've cross built from freebsd 4.x as recently as a month ago. Have
> you tried anytime recently w/o local hacks?
> If it doesn't work, file PR's and it'll get fixed.
Ok, I'll try as soon as whitespace jihad is settled.
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