Not to exacerbate a sore subject, but...

>From what I'm seeing go by, the intention is that a current make world is
supposed to work from -stable. OK, what about make release?

The reason I am asking, is that I'm actually running current on a laptop,
and for various reasons, its far easier to be able to load it from a cdrom.
My build machine is a 4.0 release box, its the only one I have that's
muscular enough to do the build. Since I've been tracking -current (the last
couple of weeks or so, but I've been on this list for a year or so) I have
been able to build world, but building the boot crunch dies compiling
/bin/sh (there are intermediate files created by yacc and such that are
built in the current directory, not where the source is.) Should this work?
Is it germane that I don't build in /usr/<whatever>, but over in
/home/current, etc?

Should this work?

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