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Re: [PATCH] iso target for Makefile

From: Bas Wijnen
Subject: Re: [PATCH] iso target for Makefile
Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 17:01:27 +0100
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Alfred M. Szmidt wrote:
   I tried using install-strip, but it is broken so I strip the
   binaries after they are installed. :( (install-strip fails on
   wortel/starter, and I don't know how to tell automake to not
   install it. Taking starter out of boot_PROGRAMS causes autoreconf
   to complain loudly, although it still compiles...)

Hurd/L4 is really Marcus' territory, so he better answer this one
since I have no clue whatsoever what kind of blackmagic he has put
into the autoconf/automake scripts. :-)

wortel/startup is the startup code for task and everything after that.
(That is all except physmem.)  It is compiled as a "binary", so without
any headers, and included into wortel by some assembly.  It is not meant
to be something of its own, it's just a part of wortel.  But as it is
startup code for other tasks, it needs to be compiled on its own.  I
don't think Marcus put much magic in the the auto* scripts, which is why
the thing gets installed. :-)

I think making it noinst_ would solve the problem.


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