cvs commit: src/sys/dev/ata ata-queue.c
des at des.no
Tue May 17 08:20:31 PDT 2005
Alexander Leidinger <Alexander at Leidinger.net> writes:
> Dag-Erling Smørgrav <des at des.no> wrote:
> > There is no good reason to use what you call the classic way, and
> > you're not doing anybody any favors by pretending there is.
> What does the buildkernel way what the classic way doesn't do?
> What does the buildkernel way what the classic way doesn't do? Which item in
> this list needs to be done to avoid some bad things to happen and which bad
> things are we talking about?
These questions have been answered before, many times.
> If you just change one file and you want to recompile the kernel, which
> procedure is faster?
They're equally fast, though 'buildkernel' normally does 'make clean'
and 'make depend' every time. Use NO_KERNELCLEAN when you can get
away with it (which is most of the time; I have it in make.conf) and
NO_KERNELDEPEND when you know you haven't changed the dependency tree
(i.e. when you haven't changed any #include statements). All the
usual tricks (KODIR, NO_MODULES, MODULES_OVERRIDE) also work.
Dag-Erling Smørgrav - des at des.no
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