On Sun, Jan 21, 2001 at 11:35:49PM -0800, John Baldwin wrote:
> On 22-Jan-01 Donald J . Maddox wrote:
> > 
> > 1) rm -r /usr/include; cd /usr/src; make includes
> I just do 'make includes' w/o the rm of /usr/include when I do this..

I used to do 'make -DCLOBBER includes' to make sure no old stuff survived,
but somebody decided that was just too convenient, I guess. No CLOBBER
in the Makefiles anymore...


> This should work, except that buildkernel has a few problems:
> 1) It (ab)uses the KERNEL make variable so that it now has 2 conflicting
> meanings.  Simply using KERNCONF for the buildkernel case instead can fix this,
> however.
> 2) It hides the output from config(8).  config(8) prints out all sorts of
> useful warnings when options are deprecated, etc., but buildkernel hides these
> from the user.  The problem is that config(8) is by design an interactive tool,
> which buildkernel fails to take into account.  The hack now is to have
> config(8) treat warnings as errors instead. :-/

I think this is a good policy :)

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