Kris Kennaway kris at
Sat Mar 22 16:37:13 PDT 2008

Chuck Robey wrote:
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> Robert Watson wrote:
>> On Sat, 22 Mar 2008, Chuck Robey wrote:
>>> I finally get to the point that I can do some useful coding on some
>>> usb stuff, I make up a patch, update current so that I can compile
>>> against it, and find that someone has broken current.  Naughty,
>>> naughty. Here's the part of kdump where it broke:
>> Since we don't have a sys/tablet, I'm wondering if it's perhaps your
>> fault :-).  Does your include file have appropriate
>> #ifndef/#define/#endif guards around it to protect you from syntax
>> errors in the event of multiple (possibly nested) include?
> Oh, I didn;'t include my patches in what broke, I was trying to get the new
> kernel buoilt and booted first, so whjat broke is 100% just what walked out of
> the archive (I cvsup the cvs archive, not just a checked out image).  Soon as
> this doesn't break on build, I will try my fix to Kai's krepdump USB HID dumping
> module.

<sys/tablet.h> was removed from FreeBSD 8 years ago.  Something is 
seriously out of date on your system.


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