Kris Kennaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 20, 2001 at 10:02:57AM +0600, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>> Kris Kennaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> > 
>> >  Modified files:
>> >    share/mk    
>> >  Log:
>> >  Remove bogus setting of MACHINE_CPU here.  There is no need for it.
>>       But there MUST be at least one setting for
>> MACHINE_CPU for 'make buildworld' to succeed before new 'make'
>> with this variable is in place.
> No, MACHINE_CPU is optional. If you don't have it set, you get the
> vanilla C code. So if you don't have it set at all, you'll get C code
> in OpenSSL as it's always been, then the next time you are using the
> updated make(1) and it will set it to i386, which will get you the
> i386 asm code.
> Or you can just set MACHINE_CPU immediately and it will build asm code
> on the first pass.

        MACHINE_CPU variable MUST be DEFINED for current
'Makefile' in the 'usr/src/secure/libcrypto' be parsed by the 'make'
without internall definition of that variable. (It stops at the first
"${MACHINE_CPU:Mi686}" construct in the line 62).


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