CURRENT: buildworld fails

Gary Jennejohn gljennjohn at
Sat May 19 14:40:16 UTC 2012

On Sat, 19 May 2012 15:55:08 +0200
"O. Hartmann" <ohartman at> wrote:

> Since approx. a week for now, I can not build FreeBSD 10.0-CURRENT/amd64
> anymore! This happens to be on ALL(!) FreeBSD 10 boxes around here I
> maintain.
> Build is usually performed with CLANG, but also legacy gcc 4.2.1 build
> do fail.
> The error is always the same, as documented below.
> I allow to build with "WITH_BSD_SORT" in /etc/src.conf.
> CFLAGS and COPTFLAGS are set to -pipe -O3 -fno-strict-aliasing
> -march=native when compiling with CLANG, otherwise the standard is used
> as introduced by the vanilla sources.
> What I tried so far:
> a) build and install kernel -> works
> b) build and install /usr/src/lib via "make clean cleandepend depend obj
> all install" doesn't work anymore, it fails with
> ."/usr/src/lib/Makefile", line 179: Malformed conditional (${MK_NAND} !=
> "no")
> "/usr/src/lib/Makefile", line 181: if-less endif
> c) make installincludes from /usr/src works. But it doesn't relief as I
> hoped.
> As the error below may suggest, there seems to be an issue with the
> libstc++ lib.
> Building ports also fails due to errors refering to
> I feel helpless at the moment since the problem seems only to be sticky
> with me around here. Do others around here also allow the build of new
> C++ stuff with
> in /etc/src.conf?
[snip error output]

I just successfully did ``make buildworld'' and ``make buildkernel'' on
HEAD updated about 4 hours ago.  This is a 6-core AMD64 system.

I have WITH_BSD_SORT defined but I DO NOT have WITH_LIBCPLUSPLUS defined
in /etc/src.conf.  I'm also using the stock gcc in base and not clang.


Gary Jennejohn

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