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build uses host's ctfmerge
While bisecting, I found that there was a period where ctfmerge was
given - as a temporary hack - another command-line parameter `-S`,
which was removed again a while later.
Building NetBSD revisions that fall into that period, on a post-`-S`
host will fail, because the host's ctfmerge is run with -S; a usage
message is the result.
I got away by making a ctfmerge wrapper that strips any -S present,
but I'm wondering if using a host tool is correct in the first place.
Shouldn't NetBSD build its own ctfmerge and put in into the tooldir?
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