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Re: Help needed with understanding of config(1) debug output
On Thu, Sep 27, 2018 at 16:20:50 +0800, Paul Goyette wrote:
> I've got a problem where something I've changed over the last six months
> (or more) on the [pgoyette-compat] branch has broken the release build
> for at least ``build.sh -m algor'' port. For some unknown reason it is
> defining COMPAT_NETBSD32 in opt_compat_netbsd32.h even though the option
> is not selected in the kernel definition file.
> I've tried to understand the debug output from ``config -ddddd ...'' but
> I simply don't understand the output. (The output looks more like it is
> intended to debug config(1) itself, and not for debugging issues with
> config's input files.) I find the following snippet in the debug output
> dependopts:326: debug: depend attr `COMPAT_NETBSD32'
> dependopts:326: debug: option selected `compat_netbsd32'
> dependopts:326: debug: depend `COMPAT_NETBSD32' searched
> This seems to indicate that attribute COMPAT_NETBSD32 was previously
> "needed" and therefore we need to include option `compat_netbsd32'. But
> there is no earlier mention of COMPAT_NETBSD32 in the debug output.
You made EXEC_ELF32 depend on COMPAT_NETBSD32 and since you enable
EXEC_ELF32, it pulls in COMPAT_NETBSD32 that it now depends on.
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