cvs commit: src Makefile
jb at what-creek.com
Sun May 25 22:11:14 UTC 2008
On Sun, May 25, 2008 at 11:00:40PM +0100, Robert Watson wrote:
> I think you should consider backing out the change -- the point of "make
> universe" is to build as much as we possibly can of the tree, including all
> variations on architectures, as many obscure kernel configurations as we
> can find, etc. People run make universe to confirm that their changes
> haven't broken the build for as many cases as possible, and sun4v remains a
> valid case to detect.
I will back out the change, but I think you are making the 'universe' target
out to be more than was intended. We used to talk about tiers. We seem to have
lost sight of that.
> If you think we should write off sun4v at this point, which may well be a
> valid proposal, we should have the larger discussion about that before we
> remove it from make universe unless we have a pretty practical reason
> otherwise (i.e., dtrace and sun4v are fundamentally incompatible).
This isn't related to DTrace. It's more about what builds developers are
expected to do before committing stuff. Much of the buildworld breakage
over the last month would have been detected if a universe build had been
done. Even the current breakage.
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