make delete-old hurts

Alexander Leidinger Alexander at
Tue Jan 17 05:13:25 PST 2006

Dmitry Pryanishnikov <dmitry at> wrote:

>   I've tried to use relatively recent 'make delete-old' command
> during the upgrade of stock 6.0-RELEASE to CURRENT. From /usr/src/UPDATING:


> tbl ../../../doc/util/macros.t | groff -Tps -mm  2> 
> index.raw > Xtrans.nps  && mv -f Xtrans.nps
> /usr/share/tmac/m.tmac:365: can't find macro file `mm/locale'
> *** Error code 1
> Indeed, file /usr/share/tmac/m.tmac, line 365:
> .el .mso mm/locale
> So it seems to me that it refers to /usr/share/tmac/mm/locale, but this file
> was removed during 'make delete-old' because this file is listed in
> /usr/src/ Was this removal intentional? If yes, why
> my m.tmac still refers to mm/locale (modification date of m.tmac 
> suggests that it has actually been updated during 'make 
> installworld')?

Please redo the installworld run and then run "make check-old" (I may not be
able to do this simple check myself today). If mm/locale gets listed, the
addition of it to the file is wrong.


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