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Bug#178325: LIBC_DEV value for libc12



On Sat, Jan 25, 2003 at 10:01:58AM +0100, Matthias Klose wrote:
> Joel Baker writes:
> > Package: gcc-3.2
> > Version: 3.2.2ds5
> > Severity: wishlist
> > Tags: patch
> > 
> > The current rules.defs file does not detect a NetBSD system, and as such,
> > fails to pass a sane value to the m4 call when building the debian/control
> > file. A patch that adjusts this is included.
> 
> > -ctrl_flags += -DLIBC_BUILD_DEP="libc6.1-dev (>= $(libc_ver)) | libc6-dev (>= $(libc_ver)) | libc0.3-dev | libc1-dev"
> > +ctrl_flags += -DLIBC_BUILD_DEP="libc6.1-dev (>= $(libc_ver)) | libc6-dev (>= $(libc_ver)) | libc0.3-dev | libc1-dev | libc12-dev"
> 
> - so what is libc1-dev for? not sure who sent me this patch, but it was
>   from some bsd porters.

I believe that libc1 is the FreeBSD GNU libc port (as opposed to libc4,
which would be the native FreeBSD version, but the last I'd heard they
weren't using that).

> - are the freebsd lines still needed in the config files?

I would assume so; freebsd-i386 and netbsd-i386 are separate ports.
-- 
Joel Baker <fenton@debian.org>

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