On 11/19/15 10:39 AM, Franco Fichtner wrote:
> Hi Bryan,
> Apologies for the delay.  Yes, this is still happening.
> This is the script I'm using with some trampoline things in
> a makefile and a common.sh script.  It works on releng/10.1 and
> releng/10.2 without modification:
> https://github.com/opnsense/tools/blob/master/build/base.sh
> In any of the 11-CURRENT revisions of the last two weeks I've
> ran into this issue for buildworld, but not for buildkernel.
> If I run this command sequence in a shell directly, 11-CURRENT
> builds fine.
> My latest step was filtering the environment while calling
> buildworld and I've had no issues.  While it's true that the
> environment is polluted with variables for various build
> steps, it feels like a regression, because that wasn't needed
> on 10.x at all.
> I've double-checked by running the unfiltered script again
> and it runs into the same issues as described in the original
> message.
> What is the stance regarding environment poisoning and the
> source tree build framework?  Is this a best effort setup
> or does identifying the bad env variables matter?  I can
> probably chase them down if needed.
>> On 10 Nov 2015, at 1:21 AM, Bryan Drewery <bdrew...@freebsd.org> wrote:
>> What exact release of 10.1 are you on? The release, or somewhere in head
>> during the 10.1 lifecycle?
> 10.1-RELEASE-p24
>> What revision were you trying to build?
> Any of the HEAD revisions of the last two weeks, sorry for
> not being more specific here, but this wasn't related to any
> specific code churn.
>> What do you have in /etc/make.conf and /etc/src.conf?
> https://github.com/opnsense/tools/blob/master/config/latest/make.conf
> https://github.com/opnsense/tools/blob/master/config/latest/src.conf
>> What exact command did you run?
> See above.
>> Can you provide a full buildworld log please?

Nothing sticks out as a problem in the above.  Do you have unknown files
in your checkout? Can you check with 'git status' or 'svn status' ?

> Only if really needed.

I think it will be needed. Feel free to send me it off list.

> Cheers,
> Franco

Bryan Drewery
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