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Source code changes of the file "g4u-build" between
g4u-2.5.tgz and g4u-2.6.tgz

About: g4u ("ghosting for unix") is a NetBSD-based bootfloppy/CD-ROM that allows easy cloning of PC harddisks to deploy a common setup on a number of PCs using FTP.

g4u-build  (g4u-2.5.tgz):g4u-build  (g4u-2.6.tgz)
#!/bin/sh #!/bin/sh
# #
# Copyright (C) 2007-2012 Hubert Feyrer <hubert@feyrer.de> # Copyright (C) 2007-2017 Hubert Feyrer <hubert@feyrer.de>
# #
arch=i386 arch=i386
TOOLDIR=obj.${arch}/tooldir-`uname -s` TOOLDIR=obj.${arch}/tooldir-`uname -s`
FROMSCRATCH_FLAGS="-r" FROMSCRATCH_FLAGS="-r"
UPDATE_FLAGS="-u" UPDATE_FLAGS="-u"
ALL_FLAGS="-T ${TOOLDIR} -D obj.${arch}/destdir -R obj.${arch}/releasedir" ALL_FLAGS="-T ${TOOLDIR} -D obj.${arch}/destdir -R obj.${arch}/releasedir -O obj .${arch}/obj"
#BUILD_FLAGS="${FROMSCRACH_FLAGS} ${ALL_FLAGS}" # Full build #BUILD_FLAGS="${FROMSCRACH_FLAGS} ${ALL_FLAGS}" # Full build
BUILD_FLAGS="${UPDATE_FLAGS} ${ALL_FLAGS}" # Update bild BUILD_FLAGS="${UPDATE_FLAGS} ${ALL_FLAGS}" # Update bild
# Build kernels when making g4u. Recommended for a full build. # Update G4U kernel when making g4u. Recommended for a full build.
G4U_BUILD_KERNEL=true G4U_BUILD_KERNEL=false
# The line with the -Vs below is at least needed on Mac OS X, it may break other builds (Linux?) # The line with the -Vs below is at least needed on Mac OS X, it may break other builds (Linux?)
time /usr/bin/nice -n 3 \ time /usr/bin/nice -n 3 \
sh build.sh \ sh build.sh \
-V HOST_CFLAGS='-O2 -pipe -m64' -V HOST_CXXFLAGS= '-O2 -pipe -m64' -V HOST_LDFLAGS='-m64' \ -V HOST_CFLAGS='-O2 -pipe -m64' -V HOST_CXXFLAGS= '-O2 -pipe -m64' -V HOST_LDFLAGS='-m64' \
-U \ -U \
-m i386 \ -m i386 \
${BUILD_FLAGS} \ ${BUILD_FLAGS} \
tools \ tools \
distribution \ distribution \
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