'buildworld' not always pulling in /etc/src.conf
alexbestms at uni-muenster.de
Fri Jun 4 17:46:15 UTC 2010
2010/6/2 Andrius Morkūnas <hinokind at gmail.com>:
> On Wed, 02 Jun 2010 18:23:19 +0300, Alexander Best
> <alexbestms at uni-muenster.de> wrote:
>> it seems for some reason gcc44 gets chosen at some point as compiler
>> instead of the base gcc. i DO have CC, CXX and CPP defined in my
>> /etc/make.conf so that gcc44 gets used for ports and other stuff.
>> HOWEVER /stc/src.conf also contains those three variables and they to
>> the base version of gcc. of course commenting out those variables in
>> /etc/make.conf fixes the problem, but if i'm not mistaken 'buildworld'
>> should use /etc/src.conf at all times and thus should be aware that i
>> want it to use base gcc.
> buildworld uses both, src.conf and make.conf, and whatever is in
> make.conf pretty much overrides everything else. You can use something
> like this to set compiler only for ports:
> .if !empty(.CURDIR:M/usr/ports/*)
thanks for the info. actually i had something like this in my
make.conf beforehand as stated in
i thought i could get rid of it. imo the current behaviour where
make.conf takes priority over src.conf during buildworld is not what
users expect. src.conf should ALWAYS take priority over make.conf when
buildworld or buildkernel is being run.
just my 0,02$. ;)
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