On Sun, May 11, 2014 at 11:14 AM, Warner Losh <i...@bsdimp.com> wrote:

>
> From UPDATING:
>
> 20140505:
>         /etc/src.conf now affects only builds of the FreeBSD src tree. In
> the
>         past, it affected all builds that used the bsd.*.mk files. The old
>         behavior was a bug, but people may have relied upon it. To get this
>         behavior back, you can .include /etc/src.conf from /etc/make.conf
>         (which is still global and isn't changed). This also changes the
>         behavior of incremental builds inside the tree of individual
>         directories. Set MAKESYSPATH to ".../share/mk" to do that.
>         Although this has survived make universe and some upgrade
> scenarios,
>         other upgrade scenarios may have broken. At least one form of
>         temporary breakage was fixed with MAKESYSPATH settings for
> buildworld
>         as well...
>
> Since you are building inside the tree, did you set MAKESYSPATH as
> outlined in UPDATING?


Thanks for this clarification. Setting MAKESYSPATH resolves the issue. I am
indeed guilty of _not_ regularly checking /usr/src/UPDATING. My bad.

-Tom
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