Removal of removing fixincludes.

Zack Winkles winkie at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu May 15 15:32:57 PDT 2003


On Fri, May 16, 2003 at 08:21:06AM +1000, Greg Schafer (gschafer at zip.com.au) wrote:
> > >It does? As the gcc-pass2 simply overwrites the gcc-pass1, I would have
> > >thought the "fixed" headers will still be there in the same location and
> > >thus still playing a role.
> > > 
> > >
> > It cleans and then writes the directory.
> 
> Indeed it does. This will stop the polluted headers from getting into the
> Ch 6 chroot. Yay!
> 
> But like the old method, the next non-glibc pkg (i.e. in this case,
> gcc-pass2) is still prone to build failure. It doesn't fail currently on my
> test builds, but the potential is definitley still there. Mark my words :-)
> 
> So we still have a fundamental problem that needs fixing.

I really don't see how. Have you tested this? You might want to check
out the method I used in my GCC 3.3 version of the book. Tell me what
you think, and provide testing. Our opinions are contridacting each
other. That probably means I'm wrong, but I'd still like to know for
sure.

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