Apologies. That may not have been the best choice of titles. What I'm trying to determine, is what is the very least I will require in base, to actually build a userland build environment. NOTE; this all concerns -CURRENT (recent 11). Point being, while I recognize that clang/llvm is the default on 10+. I have been building/installing world/kernel with
make.conf(5) WITHOUT_CLANG=true FAVORITE_COMPILER=gcc src.conf(5) WITHOUT_CLANG=true on RELENG_8, and RELENG_9, and 11 (as of 1 mos ago) Everything worked as anticipated. But a recent (5 days ago) build/install on -CURRENT. Followed by a make delete-old _seemed_ to have an adverse affect. More specifically; having used the above declarations always resulted in the make delete-old removing clang from base. Which was fine. As I had intended to experiment with the different versions of lang/clang, and devel/llvm, via installing from ports. But my recent attempt using the above method, resulted in my being unable to build many ports. x11/* mostly. I ran into problems with "xmmintrin.h" not being found. Or other problems, where declarations were not supported in gcc(4.8,4.9, or 5). So what exactly *must* be installed in base to allow for a more *granular* approach to testing/building? Used to be IIRC, fmake, or bmake. But that's likely a pretty dated recollection. Thank you for all your time, and consideration. --Chris _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"