On 29 Jan 2018, at 20:56, Lev Serebryakov <l...@freebsd.org> wrote: > > I have these lines in my nanobsd config: > > WITHOUT_CROSS_COMPILER=yes > WITH_SYSTEM_COMPILER=yes > WITHOUT_CLANG=yes > WITHOUT_CLANG_EXTRAS=yes > WITHOUT_CLANG_BOOTSTRAP=yes > WITHOUT_BINUTILS=yes > WITHOUT_BINUTILS_BOOTSTRAP=yes > WITHOUT_ELFTOOLCHAIN=yes > WITHOUT_ELFTOOLCHAIN_TOOLS=yes > WITHOUT_ELFTOOLCHAIN_BOOTSTRAP=yes > WITHOUT_LLD=yes > XCC=/usr/bin/cc > XCXX=/usr/bin/c++ > XCPP=/usr/bin/cpp > XAS=/usr/bin/as > XAR=/usr/bin/ar > XLD=/usr/bin/ld > XNM=/usr/bin/nm > XOBJDUMP=/usr/bin/objdump > XRANLIB=/usr/bin/ranlib > XSTRINGS=/usr/bin/strings > XSTRIPBIN=/usr/bin/strip > COMPILER_TYPE=clang > > And it worked some time ago. But now "buildworld" with these setting > build libllvm and other cross-tools anyway. > > Host and target are the same (amd64) and nanobsd sources are the same > as sources used to build host system. > > How to disable llvm & clang build completely?
I think you also need WITHOUT_LLD_BOOTSTRAP now, if you are building for amd64 or aarch64. -Dimitry
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