For several projects managed with NanoBSD I need different source trees (10.3, 10-STABLE, 11-STABLE, CURRENT). The source resides in /foo/bar/CURRENT/src or /foo/bar/10.3-RELEASE/src.
For the build of AARCH64 ports, I have also already built CURRENT for arm64.aarch64. ARM64 buildworld is sensitive to compiler optimisation, libc fails to build if -O3 is set (which is _my_ standard on AMD64, given in /etc/src.conf). Since I do not want to have a waste of space, /foo/bar/CURRENT/src holds CURRENT sources and with MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX=/foo/bar/CURRENT/obj/arm64 set a conflicting libc issue (as mentioned above) can be avoided from a prebuild AMD64 world. My thinking was, that "make TARGET=arm64 buildworld" will not use /foo/bar/CURRENT/obj, but rather /foo/bar/CURRENT/obj/arm64.aarch64 as the base for the resulting world, but this is a mistake. So, setting MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX=/foo/bar/CURRENT/obj/arm64 is a way out of this dilemma. In any environment capable of taking MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX there is no problem, but with poudriere, I have unexpected trouble. I need to install the world for arm64.aarch64, therefore, I ran in the first place the command as follows to install a jail(while believeing /foo/bar/CURRENT/obj/arm64.aarch64 is the base of the world for arm64 target): poudriere jail -c -v head -j arm64 -m src=/foo/bar/CURRENT/src -M /somewhere/in/the/tree That fails, since /foo/bar/CURRENT/obj contains the AMD64 world and /foo/bar/CURRENT/obj/arm64.aarch64 seems to be insufficient respected. Wasn't the idea of /usr/src and /usr/obj to have one source tree, but different trees for the resulting world and kernel? A "native" build on AMD64 doesn't go into /usr/obj/amd64, it has its root at /usr/obj, but for the cross compiled world, it is then /usr/obj/arm64.aarch64. The problem then starts to get critical for poudriere. I neither do not want to compile a fresh world via setting -m svn+https nor do I want to installed precompiled binaries from remote. I already have(!) a successfully built word, so all I need seems to apply the right delegatin of that what "MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX" represents. Am I missing here something or is poudriere not capable of handling this view? Thank you in advance, Oliver _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"