I think it's wrong that vnode_if.h is not installed, this means that
you need to have kernel source to compile any third-party file system.

So I propose the patch below, to create vnode_if.h and then add it to CVS.

Any objectsions/comments/whatever?


Index: Makefile
RCS file: /home/ncvs/src/sys/kern/Makefile,v
retrieving revision 1.6
diff -u -w -r1.6 Makefile
--- Makefile    1999/11/14 13:54:42     1.6
+++ Makefile    2000/06/22 01:34:13
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
 ARCH=  i386 # luna68k news3400 pmax sparc tahoe vax
-       @echo "make tags, make links or init_sysent.c only"
+       @echo "make tags, make links, init_sysent.c, or ../sys/vnode_if.h only"
 init_sysent.c syscalls.c ../sys/syscall.h ../sys/syscall-hide.h \
 ../sys/syscall.mk ../sys/sysproto.h: makesyscalls.sh syscalls.master
@@ -17,6 +17,10 @@
        -mv -f ../sys/syscall.mk ../sys/syscall.mk.bak
        -mv -f ../sys/sysproto.h ../sys/sysproto.h.bak
        sh makesyscalls.sh syscalls.master
+../sys/vnode_if.h: vnode_if.pl vnode_if.src
+       perl vnode_if.pl -h vnode_if.src
+       mv vnode_if.h ../sys
 # Kernel tags:
 # Tags files are built in the top-level directory for each architecture,

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