obrien at freebsd.org
Wed Dec 7 15:18:46 PST 2005
On Wed, Dec 07, 2005 at 09:15:45AM -0500, John Baldwin wrote:
> On Wednesday 07 December 2005 04:40 am, Joseph Koshy wrote:
> > ru> FreeBSD src repository
> > ru>
> > ru> Modified files:
> > ru> . Makefile.inc1
> > ru> share/mk bsd.lib.mk bsd.prog.mk
> > ru> Add the NO_INCS knob to bsd.prog.mk and bsd.lib.mk to not include
> > ru> bsd.incs.mk, and use it when installing 32-bit compat libraries
> > ru> on amd64. This causes it to *not* overwrite native headers with
> > ru> i386 versions, which was the case with <fenv.h> and <vgl.h>.
> > ru> This commit fixes a breakage but also raises the following question.
> > ru> If we don't install headers, do we need anything except 32-bit rtld
> > ru> and shared libraries? Currently, we also install .a libraries, .o
> > ru> objects, and some data files.
> > Why not install all 32 bit stuff under /compat/freebsd-i386/?
> > We currently use directory /usr/lib32 for 32 bit libraries,
> > /usr/libexec/ld-elf32.so.1 for the 32 bit rtld(8) and have no place to
> > keep 32-bit headers.
> Maybe put headers in /usr/include32?
/usr/include/i386 is where they should go - to be clear what arch they
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