cvs commit: src/tools/tools/nanobsd ...

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Fri Jun 10 17:01:40 GMT 2005

In message <p06210266becf5fcd9731@[]>, Garance A Drosihn writes:
>Back on April 13/2005, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
>>   Modified files:
>>     tools/tools/nanobsd  make.conf
>>   Log:
>>   sort and expand the prunelist in a more or less generally sensibly
>>   order.  Put some strategic comments in about how much storage is
>>   necessary and a longer explanation on the top.
>>   It is now pretty trivial to put nanoBSD on as little as a 64MB
>>   CF card.
>Are any macros defined (-D) in CFLAGS when building for nanoBSD,
>or other "please make a smaller system" situations?  ISTR some
>value to check via #ifdef, but now I can't remember what it was
>or where I saw it used.

Yes, that is what the commit you quote is all about :-)

nanobsd uses a private make.conf to keep them in.

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