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Re: Sets much smaller than they used to be?
"Ian D. Leroux" <idleroux%fastmail.fm@localhost> writes:
> I rebuilt/reinstalled amd64 -current on the weekend, and noticed
> (during etcupdate) that many lines had been deleted from the /etc/mtree
> files. For instance, many of the files in /usr/include (e.g. stdio.h)
> don't appear anywhere in the lists under /etc/mtree.
> At the same time, I've discovered that at least one file
> (/usr/include/sys/audioio.h) is not getting installed/updated when I
> run ./build.sh install=/
> That file happened to have changed between my last build in late
> February and the most recent one, which made the failure to install the
> updated version more obvious.
> Might these two observations be related? Did something change recently
> about the way the set lists are put together?
I don't know if this related, but did something change regarding
b/make or build.sh not using obj/ directories in the last couple days?
When doing a "cvs -q update -dP" recently I started getting stuff like
cvs [update aborted]: could not chdir to mrouted/mrouted: Not a directory
and I can't get "build.sh release" to complete anymore.
My ~/.cvsignore has
to previously filter out such files when updating, I thought. Here is a
directory after trying to build.sh release
scole@dstar:~/nbsd> ls cvs/src/usr.sbin/zdump/
CVS/ obj/ zdump.d zdump.o
Makefile zdump zdump.html8
scole@dstar:~/nbsd> ls cvs/src/usr.sbin/zdump/obj
I tried checking out a new tree and got the same results.
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