Subject: /usr/libexec/cpp is gone but still in xsrc/xfree/xc/config/cf/NetBSD.cf
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Chuck Cranor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/02/2001 10:28:17
i'm working with a 1.5Y -current system. tv's recent toolchain changes have
nuked /usr/libexec/cpp (the change: "Add frontend /usr/bin/cpp
(now a real binary) and /usr/libexec/cpp0 (formerly /usr/libexec/cpp)").
i'm trying to build xsrc. the file xsrc/xfree/xc/config/cf/NetBSD.cf
#define CppCmd /usr/libexec/cpp
my -current system has a /usr/libexec/cpp0 and a /usr/bin/cpp, but
no /usr/libexec/cpp. xsrc will not compile now.
there are a number of ways to fix this (change CppCmd, rename cpp0
back to cpp, etc.). what is the correct way to fix it?
please cc me on reply, as news.netbsd.org is still down due to
WTC attacks and as a result i'm totally off all bsd mailing lists
until it comes back.