On Thu, Nov 02, 2017 at 07:41:21PM -0700, Bryan Drewery wrote:
> Are you accusing me of lying?
Nope. I'm stating the obvious. If you are using
META_MODE and you do "make buildwould" that is
equivalent to "make -DNO_CLEAN buildworld", which
means you did not rebuild the *world*.
When I see a commit message of the form (and I've
haven't seen one like this in 25+ years of using
FreeBSD (aka 386BSD+patchkit))
Date: Thu Nov 2 22:23:00 2017
New Revision: 325347
Something is very wrong
--- head/Makefile Thu Nov 2 21:58:18 2017 (r325346)
+++ head/Makefile Thu Nov 2 22:23:00 2017 (r325347)
@@ -1,3 +1,4 @@
+.error Bad revision, please wait for a fix in head
It suggests that whomever did the commit did not properly test
the patch. The use of META_MODE (or any other shortcut) when
testing simply isn't proper testing.
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