Bootstrapping for Leopard

Ian Lynagh igloo at
Sun Feb 3 11:35:48 EST 2008

On Wed, Jan 30, 2008 at 08:13:01PM +1100, Manuel M T Chakravarty wrote:
> Philip K.F. Hölzenspies:
> >
> >for f in `$(FIND) ghc-$(ProjectVersion)/compiler
> >ghc-$(ProjectVersion)/rts -name "*.cmm" -follow -print` ""; do \
> > if test "x$$f" !=3D "x"; then \
> >   echo `echo "$$f" | sed 's/cmm$$/hc/g' ` >> hc-files-to-go ; \
> > fi; \
> >done;
> >
> >This adds some non-existing .hc files to the hc-files-to-go list  
> >that tar will
> >not find, later on, causing an error. I just added a test to see  
> >whether the
> >file exists. If it does not, I call make for that .hc file  
> >explicitly, which
> >solves the problem for most files. The files that don't have a make  
> >target, I
> >simply omitted from the hc-files-to-go. I haven't been able to test  
> >the
> >severity of this, because of the second problem.
> I am not sure what the problem is here.  Simon?  Ian?

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 etc
variants of AutoApply.


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