Taylor R Campbell <campbell+netbsd-source-change...@mumble.net> writes:

>> Do we insist on this patch? Can we remove it from local sources?
> We should keep the change.  There is no semantic justification for
> putting build-time temporary files in the directory for temporary
> files that are meant to persist across reboot.  These temporary files
> _cannot_ be used if interrupted -- let alone by a reboot.

I'll fourth this sentiment.

Plus, I'll observe that on my main development system /var/tmp has 6.4G
free while /tmp has 12G.  That's of course just arbitrary choices on my
part, and if either is an issue for a compiler there's something wrong

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