In article <>,
Joerg Sonnenberger  <> wrote:
>On Mon, Sep 05, 2011 at 09:57:02AM +0000, Alan Barrett wrote:
>> Module Name: src
>> Committed By:        apb
>> Date:                Mon Sep  5 09:57:02 UTC 2011
>> Modified Files:
>>      src/etc/mtree: Makefile
>> Log Message:
>> Use ${.OBJDIR}/NetBSD.dist.tmp instead of just NetBSD.dist.tmp.
>> This fixes a problem in which NetBSD.dist.tmp had been created in
>> the SRCDIR by an earlier build (performed without an OBJDIR), and
>> the existence of the file in the SRCDIR confused a subsequent build
>> (performed with an OBJDIR).
>Do we really want to add special cases like this? There are all kinds of
>mysterious errors triggered by unclean SRCDIR, I don't think it is worth
>adding this specific hack.

We definitely don't want to add such magic. Please revert. Otherwise we should
go and do this in 100's of Makefiles.


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