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Re: files missing from some syspkgs packages

On 19/05/2009, at 9:06 PM, Alan Barrett wrote:

On Tue, 19 May 2009, Lloyd Parkes wrote:
I've found that files in base.tgz that have been assigned to comp-*
syspkgs don't get put into those packages. The two main examples are
that bin/ld is missing from comp-util-bin and all usr/share/mk/*.mk are
missing from comp-util-share. etc/release suffers from a similar

I don't have a /bin/ld.  Did you mean /usr/bin/ld?

Yep. I get a bit too focussed sometimes and wasn't paying attention to what whether bin was preceded by ./ or ./usr/.

I have spent only a fw minutes on this, but it appears that MKBFD may be
set to NO, which means that this line from distrib/sets/lists/base/mi:

Nope. I bought a Phenom II X4 3.0GHz black edition CPU so that I could build without those sort of games.

How will moving things around fix the bug?

This problem only affects files in syspkgs packages called X-Y-Z where the file is not in set X.tgz. It seems to affect all files in this category, but I haven't checked that. So, I'm also guessing that whatever looks for files expects the files for package X-Y-Z to be listed in SRC/distrib/sets/lists/X/*.


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