On Fri, Sep 28, 2001 at 06:34:42PM +1000, Bruce Evans wrote:
> On Thu, 27 Sep 2001, Luigi Rizzo wrote:
> > With a freshly downloaded source tree, today I am encountering
> > the following problem while building libraries:
> > cc -o make_keys -nostdinc -I. -I/home/iguana/u0/rizzo/H/src/lib/libncurses
>-DFREEBSD_NATIVE -DNDEBUG -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DTERMIOS
> > /tmp/ccqoEyz3.o: In function `main':
> > /tmp/ccqoEyz3.o(.text+0x243): undefined reference to `__stdoutp'
> > /tmp/ccqoEyz3.o(.text+0x29c): undefined reference to `__stdoutp'
> > /tmp/ccqoEyz3.o(.text+0x2cc): undefined reference to `__stdoutp'
> > /tmp/ccqoEyz3.o(.text+0x2d2): undefined reference to `__stdinp'
> > /tmp/ccqoEyz3.o(.text+0x2e8): undefined reference to `__stdoutp'
> > *** Error code 1
> > Apparently, this has to do with the fact that make_keys is being
> > built using new headers, but old libraries (and we cannot use
> > the new ones, we are building them).
> make_keys is apparently being _re_built with new headers and old libraries
> due to dependency bugs. It should have been built earlier with old headers
> and old libraries, and not rebuilt. Rebuilding build-tools like make_keys
> would cause many other problems (e.g., mixing new alpha headers with old
> i386 libraries).
Nope, make_keys falls into the 2nd category of build-tools, which do not
show themselves up in .depend. I call them "safe". Only cc_tools and
miniperl are "unsafe" because they show up in .depend.
What Luigi's script missed is the call to build-tools early, before going
with -nostdinc and /usr/src/include headers.
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