cvs commit: src/sys/conf files options src/sys/dev/video/bktr ioctl_bt848.h msp34xx.c CHANGELOG.TXT bktr_audio.c bktr_audio.h bktr_card.c bktr_card.h bktr_core.c bktr_core.h bktr_i2c.c bktr_i2c.h bktr_mem.c bktr_mem.h bktr_os.c bktr_os.h bktr_reg.h ...
joerg at britannica.bec.de
Sun May 16 23:59:46 PDT 2004
On Sun, May 16, 2004 at 05:36:19PM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> :* Joerg Sonnenberger (joerg at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) wrote:
> :> joerg 2004/05/15 10:54:13 PDT
> :> Added files:
> :> sys/dev/video/bktr ioctl_bt848.h msp34xx.c
> :> sys/dev/video/meteor ioctl_meteor.h
> :> Removed files:
> :> sys/i386/include ioctl_bt848.h ioctl_meteor.h
> :This breaks world at installincludes.
> It also breaks buildworld if you have a read-only source tree because
> buildworld's temporary include hierarchy symlinks 'machine' into
> I'll have this fixed in a moment, I'm just finishing a
> buildworld/installworld sequence to make sure I fixed it. Basically
> we can't create symlinks through machine/ in the include hierarchy,
> so I moved the symlink cleanup and creation for bt848 and meteor to
> the upgrade target.
But this doesn't work if you only want to recrate /usr/include e.g. via the
recommented "rm -R /usr/include; mkdir /usr/include; make installincludes".
sigh. Why does buildworld use symlinks for the temporary include space anyway?
The space usage (10 MB) is negligible and it would save us from such head
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