On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, John Polstra wrote:

> In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>,
> Bruce Evans  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I have used essentially the same patch (with ${LDFLAGS} instead of
> > -static) for a year or two, but I don't quite understand why you needed
> > it.  make_keys and make_hash are build-tools, so they should get built
> > in the host environment and be linked to the host shared libraries (if
> > any).  The command line seems to show them being built in the target
> > environment (-I/usr/obj/c/src/alpha/usr/include).
> In my case, make_keys was built once in the build tools phase.  Then
> in the building libraries phase, it was rebuilt 4 times and executed
> successfully after each rebuild.  Finally, in the make dependencies
> phase, it was built yet again.  It was in that phase that executing it
> failed.

That would certainly break it.  Here it doesn't get rebuilt at all
(here = an i386 with no cross-compiling, and a modifed src/Makefile.inc1
which doesn't create .depend files).


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