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I'm using to cross-build for port-atari on -current.  I've done this 
in the past for the 5.x releases with no problem, but now I'm trying with 
-current and hitting problem report #45657 


Here's the relevant snippet from the build log:



dependall ===> tests/lib/libppath
#      link  libppath/t_ppath
--sysroot=/usr/src/obj/destdir.atari     -o t_ppath  t_ppath.o personnel.o 
-lppath -lprop -latf-c       -Wl,-rpath-link,/usr/src/obj/destdir.atari/lib  
t_ppath.o: In function `atfu_get_string_success_body':
t_ppath.c:(.text+0x928): undefined reference to `personnel'
t_ppath.o: In function `atfu_get_string_enoent_body':
t_ppath.c:(.text+0xa3c): undefined reference to `personnel'
t_ppath.o: In function `atfu_get_string_eftype_body':
t_ppath.c:(.text+0xbc4): undefined reference to `personnel'
t_ppath.o: In function `atfu_get_bool_success_body':
t_ppath.c:(.text+0x10a2): undefined reference to `personnel'
t_ppath.o: In function `atfu_get_bool_enoent_body':
t_ppath.c:(.text+0x119c): undefined reference to `personnel'
t_ppath.o:t_ppath.c:(.text+0x1308): more undefined references to `personnel' 
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

*** Failed target:  t_ppath
*** Failed command: 
--sysroot=/usr/src/obj/destdir.atari -o t_ppath t_ppath.o personnel.o -lppath 
-lprop -latf-c -Wl,-rpath-link,/usr/src/obj/destdir.atari/lib -L=/lib
*** Error code 1



I hit this initially on 201111231930Z and filed the PR at that time.  I came 
back now and tried again with a new setup on 201112091740Z and I see the same 


This is from:

./ -m atari tools

./ -u -m atari kernel=ATARIKERN 
./ -U -u -x -m atari release


The failure occurs on the third command.  The first two commands run fine 
(except for a few minor permissions issues and whatnot that I was able to work 
around easily).  


Since the PR hasn't been touched recently, I'm mostly interested in the next 
best way to get unblocked here for the time being.


David Ross


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