As Poul-Henning has pointed out, make release is broken...

===> bin/csh/nls
===> bin/csh/nls/finnish
install -c -o root -g wheel -m 444  tcsh.cat 
install: /snap/release/../usr/share/nls/fi_FI.ISO_8859-1/tcsh.cat: No such file or 
*** Error code 71

   In looking at /usr/src/bin/csh/nls/finnish/Makefile, the
install rule appears to have a problem:

        ${INSTALL} ${COPY} -o ${BINOWN} -g ${BINGRP} -m ${NOBINMODE} \
                tcsh.cat ${DESTDIR}/..${NLSDIR}/${DL}/tcsh.cat

   At the beginning of a make release, the following is
executed (I believe this is the failing component):

        cd ${.CURDIR}/.. && ${MAKE} installworld DESTDIR=${CHROOTDIR} NOMAN=1

   where CHROOTDIR is /snap/release in my case thus making DESTDIR the
same (/snap/release), and /syv/release in Poul-Henning's.

   I don't know enough about the nls issues to correctly fix this
problem, however, it is apparent that the install rule above
is wrong since "/snap/usr/share/..." does not exist and probably
shouldn't during a "make release".

   Could the appropriate folks please take a look at this? I'll be
more than happy to test any patchs.


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