cvs commit: src/tools/regression/lib/libc/resolv Makefile
John E Hein
jhein at timing.com
Wed Mar 8 15:53:24 PST 2006
Garance A Drosehn wrote at 13:31 -0500 on Mar 8, 2006:
> At 8:59 AM -0700 3/8/06, M. Warner Losh wrote:
> >In message: <20060308150647.GG737 at garage.freebsd.pl>
> > Pawel Jakub Dawidek <pjd at freebsd.org> writes:
> >: On Wed, Mar 08, 2006, Dag-Erling Sm?rgrav wrote:
> >: +>
> >: +> Since we abandoned MAN[1-9]. The fact that many old Makefiles
> >: +> still use NO_MAN doesn't make it right; NO_MAN is a user knob,
> >: +> not a Makefile knob (same distinction as between WITH_FOO and
> >: +> USE_FOO in the ports tree).
> >: Fair enough. Maybe we should fix NO_MAN= uses, so it doesn't
> >: create confusion?
> >Seems like a reasonable thing to do. Cut and paste copying
> >of bad examples is a big source of bogusness in our tree...
> If we fix this in some makefiles in -current, should we also
> (eventually) MFC the changes back into RELENG_6? Or is it
> only an issue for -current?
Fix share/mk/bsd.README, too.
It says that NO_MAN is a Makefile knob.
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