Bootstrapping for Leopard
p.k.f.holzenspies at utwente.nl
Sun Feb 3 12:12:35 EST 2008
On Feb 3, 2008, at 5:35 PM, Ian Lynagh wrote:
> I think there are some files that are meant to be missing; you can
> ignore the tar warnings/errors about them.
> I'm not sure what they are OTTOMH - possibly debug, prof, debug_prof
> variants of AutoApply.
Dear Ian, All,
They are indeed variants of AutoApply, but to simply ignore the tar
error does not seem like a good idea. Tar terminates upon these errors
and other stuff gets added to the hc-files-to-go later on in the
Makefile. IMHO, if indeed these files are not required, the makefile
for f in `$(FIND) ghc-$(ProjectVersion)/compiler ghc-$(ProjectVersion)/
rts -name "*.cmm" -follow -print` ""; do\
fd="`echo $$f | sed 's/cmm$$/hc/g'`; \
if test "x$$f" != "x" -a -e "$$fd"; then \
echo $fd >> hc-files-to-go; \
I don't know whether the -a argument for test is "common" test syntax,
but it should give a logical. The -e option tests that "$$fd" exists
and is a file.
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