On Fri, May 25, 2007 at 11:04:04PM -0400, Daniel Molina Wegener wrote:
> Hello,
>    I want to contribute with FreeBSD.
>    I have installed STABLE on one disk, I use STABLE to work,
> but I want to install CURRENT to begin with small contributions 
> with code.
>    How can I install CURRENT from my STABLE installation, I mean 
> work on FreeBSD using the STABLE install and test the CURRENT 
> install on a diferent partition. Can I do that?
>    I've tried to get working CURRENT, but I get compile errors.
> On STABLE I have gcc 4.2 to compile CURRENT and a shell script
> that does the next job:
> -----------------------8<--------------------------------------
> export MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX="/work/FreeBSD/obj"
> export PREFIX="/work/FreeBSD"
> export CC="/usr/local/bin/gcc42"
> export CXX="/usr/local/bin/g++42"
> export DESTDIR="/work/FreeBSD/build"
> export TARGET="i386"
> make $*
> -----------------------8<--------------------------------------
>     I'm right?, or I need to know something more? 

You are not right; FreeBSD bootstraps its own compiler, and in fact
cannot usually be built with a non-standard compiler (even if it is
based on the same gcc version) because of FreeBSD extensions.

Just build world as you normally would.

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