This is a self-hosted amd64; the failure was during the (re)build of the
kernel module for x11/nvidia-driver-340 as the final bit of "make

>>> stage 3.1: building everything
===>   nvidia-driver-340-340.102 depends on file: 
/usr/local/libdata/pkgconfig/xext.pc - found
===>  Configuring for nvidia-driver-340-340.102
===>  Building for nvidia-driver-340-340.102
===> src (all)
make[6]: "/usr/src/share/mk/" line 89: Malformed conditional 
(defined(SRCTOP) &&  (${CANONICALOBJDIR} == /${RELDIR} || ${.OBJDIR} == 
make[6]: Fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue
make[6]: stopped in 
*** Error code 1

make[5]: stopped in 
===> Compilation failed unexpectedly.

As noted, the previous successful build in head/amd64 was r325383:

FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT #2  
r325383M/325385:1200052: Sat Nov  4 06:54:48 PDT 2017  amd64

I have 'PORTS_MODULES=x11/nvidia-driver-340' in src.conf -- as I'm
rebuilding the kernel fairly often (daily), it seemed to make sense
to ensure that the nvidia kmod stays synchronized.

Any suggestions for evasive maneuvers?  Thanks!

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