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Re: glibc 'make install' fails when built apart from source tree - libc.

From: Thomas Schwinge
Subject: Re: glibc 'make install' fails when built apart from source tree - libc.info
Date: Sun, 20 Nov 2011 10:00:12 +0100
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On Sat, 19 Nov 2011 13:54:50 -0500, Stephen Gilles <stephendgilles@gmail.com> 
> I was packaging glibc for the Arch Hurd yesterday, and I noticed that
> the `make install' command aborts for the latest git version.

What does ``latest git version'' mean, excatly?

> After investigation, I believe that this was caused by me configuring
> and making glibc out of tree (our install script creates works in
> directory src/build, while the git repo is cloned to src/glibc).

This is in fact the standard way of building glibc.

> Within the source directory (src/glibc) libc.info was present, but
> within the build directory (src/build) it was absent.

It should be picked up from the source directory for installation.  Where
can I see the log of the build and installation process?


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