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Re: [PATCH] Let gcc bootstrap again on OpenBSD
Marc Espie <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Fri, Jan 14, 2005 at 05:49:01PM -0800, Zack Weinberg wrote:
>> Also I'd like to point out that overriding INCLUDE_DEFAULTS and
>> STANDARD_STARTFILE_PREFIX (and any other macro whose normal definition
>> is affected by configure options) is usually wrong. You seem to be
>> taking steps back toward the normal definitions with this; could you
>> talk a little about the reasons why the normal definitions don't work
>> for you? (This concern does not affect my approval of your patches.)
> Those are protected inside an OPENBSD_NATIVE define, and they're used
> when gcc is used inside OpenBSD source tree.
> Yes, we do not grab includes from /usr/local by default.
Yes, I see that. I'm still dubious about it as a long-term strategy,
particularly the stuff with merging GCC's private headers into
/usr/include. If you recall, there was discussion a couple months ago
about splitting that into three categories?
Also, from an abstract point of view I don't see any gain from
rearranging GCC's installation like that, so I'm wondering why
Net/OpenBSD see it as a desirable thing to do.