I've recompiled libc twice today because of the changes in wchar.h
and I've noticed two or maybe three error messages fly by during
the compile.

The messages are from 'sort' and they go by so quickly I can't
quite make them out, but they say something like "open failed,
no such directory or [something]".

Is this normal?

And while I'm asking about error messages--I've been seeing these
go by in various places for months now, and I wonder why they
haven't been fixed yet.  I guess they must be harmless:

"/usr/src/share/mk/bsd.prog.mk", line 37: warning: duplicate script
for target "loader" ignored

This particular one came from a 'make includes', but IIRC I've
seen similar ones during a 'make libraries' also.

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