Hi Scott and Justin,

I've been having a problem building the new aic7xxx modules on -CURRENT.

The machine is:
FreeBSD magma 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #1: Mon Jun 24 22:50:04
SAST 2002 root@magma:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/MAGMA i386

The error (make buildkernel) is:
-I/usr/src/sys/modules/aic7xxx/ahc/../../../dev/aic7xxx -o
aic7xxx_seq.h -r aic7xxx_reg.h -p aic7xxx_reg_print.c -i
(null): Unable to malloc scope object
*** Error code 70

Stop in /usr/src/sys/modules/aic7xxx/ahc.

This only happens after a 'make buildworld'.  Same error from Sunday's
sources (pre-gcc3.2) and since then.

This appears to be because the aicasm binary is built with the new
toolchain and cannot run on my kernel/libraries.  This binary is
handled specially for the buildkernel target.  I assume this needs the
same 'build-tools' style processing as other binaries used in the build. 
It makes a directory 
but doesn't put anything in it.

Copying aicasm built for the kernel over the one built for the module
appears to fix the problem.  The aicasm binary built for the module is
not cleaned as part of a regular 'make buildkernel'.

I'll take a look at the infrastructure and see if I can come up with
patches, but since this is fairly new, you guys might be able to solve
it before me.


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