On Monday, 18th December 2000, Jordan Hubbard wrote:

>> The generated ld.so has bloated a bit :-) but works fine.  So we could
>> in principle build ld.so for every release.  It's just a question of
>> whether we should.  I think we should.  But it might be just as easy
>> to copy it off the 3.3 CD every time.  It's dead end stuff after all.
>> Does the release engineer have an opinion?
>If it's just for the compat3x distribution, I say check it into that
>part of lib/compat and be done with it.  Uudecoding it each time is a
>lot easier than building it.  Or are we talking about ld.so in some
>different context?

I hadn't noticed all the uuencoded things in lib/compat before.  This
is obviously the way to fix it.

By the way, it's the compat22 distribution that needs fixing, and, as
previously noted, it's the 3.2 CD that has the last fully working ld.so.

I'll get onto committing a fix.


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