Diff for /src/UPDATING between versions 1.5 and 1.6

version 1.5, 2003/09/09 16:49:25 version 1.6, 2003/11/18 00:34:20
Line 17  Compiling DragonFly requires an ISO C90 Line 17  Compiling DragonFly requires an ISO C90
 Compilers which support this are, amongst others: The GNU C Compiler, The  Compilers which support this are, amongst others: The GNU C Compiler, The
 Intel C++ Compiler, and The TenDRA Compiler.  Intel C++ Compiler, and The TenDRA Compiler.
   
> Include filesYou can do DragonFly buildworld/buildkernel/installworld/installkernel
---------------on FreeBSD-stable boxen as well as DragonFly boxen.
   
Due to the source tree reorganization header files have moved to differentDue to source tree reorganizations at various times header files may have
locations.  The ufs/ufs directory, for example, now can be found at vfs/ufs.moved or been deleted, leaving stale header files in /usr/include.  This
ufs/ffs can be found in vfs/ufs as well.can also cause 'make depend' to fail due to make depend getting confused
 about old header files.
   
Best thing to do would be to rm -rf /usr/include and from /usr/src do a 'makeThe easiest way to deal with include file messes is to reinstall /usr/include
includes'.  This should repopulate your entire tree.from scratch as follows:
 
         rm -rf /usr/include     # safer to type this verses /usr/include/*
         mkdir /usr/include
         cd /usr/src
         make installincludes
 
 If your have trouble doing builds due to the make depend stage failing, the
 easiest solution is to wipe your object tree and rebuild/reinstall.
 
         rm -rf /usr/obj         # safer to type this verses /usr/obj/*
         mkdir /usr/obj
         cd /usr/src
         make buildkernel KERNCONF=<KERNELNAME>
         make installkernel
         make buildworld
         make installworld
 
 If you are using 'config' manually, note that building kernels via the manual
 config / /usr/src/sys/compile/BLAH procedure only works reliably on an
 uptodate DragonFly box.  The official way to build kernels is via the
 'make buildkernel KERNCONf=<KERNELNAME>' target from /usr/src.
   
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