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jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org
Fri Nov 24 19:23:44 PST 2006
Greg Schafer wrote:
> FFS, this whole new way of obtaining sanitized headers has become known as
> the "make headers_install" method and you've gone and removed that very
> command! Not very educational IMHO. Hope it's clearer now.
Alright, I can see where you're coming from. So ideally, to make use of
the 'headers_check' target, you would run something like:
cp -av usr/include/* /tools/include
Correct? But if that's the case, headers_check re-runs everything you
just did in 'headers_install', which makes the 'headers_install' kind of
pointless. To me, it seems more like 'headers_check' is an extension of
'headers_install', adding an extra step of verification.
I'm really not trying to argue the point, whichever way is ultimately
best is fine with me, I just want to be sure I understand how
'headers_check' is intended to be used.
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