John Baldwin wrote this message on Mon, Feb 14, 2005 at 15:11 -0500:
> Did you know that you can just do:
> make kernel-toolchain TARGET_ARCH=arm
> make buildkernel TARGeT_ARCH=arm KERNCONF=TS7200
yes, I did, and the problem is that this is extreamly slow if you've
only modified one line of one file for testing... Do you build all of
your kernels this way??
> That's rather easy. You can even cross-build against a different kernel tree
> (I use this a lot for my p4 trees). For example:
> make TARGET_ARCH=amd64 KERNCONF=LINT KERNSRCDIR=/home/john/work/p4/proc \
> buildkernel NO_MODULES=yes
> With repeated builds (e.g. when fixing compile errors) adding
> NO_KERNELCLEAN=yes NO_KERNELDEPEND=yes is good as well.
I really hate having to remeber and type those everytime that I build a
kernel... You're also forgetting NO_KERNELCONFIG=yes to that... since
if it's just a typo, you usually don't need a config for a typo...
yes, there are other complex solutions, but I'd like a simplier solution,
and one that is a lot more friendly to my fingers...
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