Scott Long writes: > Bruce Cran wrote: > > There appears to be a breakage of 'rerelease' - that is, 'release' works, but > > 'rerelease' fails in telnetd. After fixing the Makefile for the gcc -Os > > build, the build failed in /usr/src/contrib/telnet/telnetd/authenc.c and ext.h. > > I have since verified that the 'release' succeeds when the 'rerelease' fails. > > I get messages about 'undefined reference to nclearto' - it's not finding the > > extern char *nclearto from ext.h. For some reason, it only fails when doing > > the rerelease. > > > > -- > > Bruce Cran > > I saw this too, but couldn't verify that it wasn't due to other problems > that I was experiencing. Mark, can you take a glance at this? This > seems to only happen when 'rerelease' triggers something to be rebuilt.
I kept on seeing this with rescue/ when I was trying to fix the kerberos5 and telnet builds. There is something dodgy with the crunchgen stuff that leaves behind .o files compiled with the wrong -DFOO defines. Result is things that don't link properly much later. I'd need a complete log to comment further. PLEASE DON'T EMAIL IT!! Please put it somewhere for me to fetch. Any diffs to release/Makefile and the exact command line used to kick off the build would be useful too. Thanks! M -- Mark Murray iumop ap!sdn w,I idlaH _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"