[PATCH] [SUMMARY] (Re: Build under FreeBSD-STABLE broken?)

Matthew Dillon dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Wed Aug 20 10:08:00 PDT 2003

:The first patch(bsd.kmod.mk.diff) modifies bsd.kmod.mk so that it can
:set SYSDIR properly when .CURDIR is one- or five-level deeper than
:the top of sys directory, which include:
:  sys/crypto
:  sys/dev/disk/aic7xxx/ahc/ahc_eisa

    Ok, I'll commit this one.

:The second patch(svr4-Makefile.diff) fixes sys/emulation/svr4/Makefile
:by replacing .CURDIR with .OBJDIR, so that it looks at the files under
:/usr/obj rather than in the source tree. You never notice if you have
:write access to the source tree.

    I don't think this is correct.  Nobody should be regenerating the
    system calls in the normal course of business.  The way it works is
    that when a developer changes a system call the developer regenerates
    them and then commits the regenerated files.

    Is something running these targets during a normal build that
    shouldn't be?

					Matthew Dillon 
					<dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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