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Olivier Smedts
Hello,

cc'ing glebius since he committed r257694 ("Remove remnants of BIND from
/etc, since there is no BIND in base now.") which removed remnants of BIND
from /etc but not from /usr/src/etc.

Can we please remove bind9 references from etc/mtree/BSD.usr.dist ?
/usr/share/doc/bind9, /usr/share/doc/bind9/arm and
/usr/share/doc/bind9/misc are constantly re-created during a "make
installworld" or "make hierarchy" and are then removed by "make
delete-old". I'm using stable/10 right now, where r257694 has been MFCed as
r258121.

# cd /usr/src
# mkdir /tmp/test
# make hierarchy DESTDIR=/tmp/test
# make check-old DESTDIR=/tmp/test
>>> Checking for old files
>>> Checking for old libraries
>>> Checking for old directories
/tmp/test/usr/share/doc/bind9
/tmp/test/usr/share/doc/bind9/arm
/tmp/test/usr/share/doc/bind9/misc
To remove old files and directories run 'make delete-old'.
To remove old libraries run 'make delete-old-libs'.

Thanks !

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Re: bind9 remnants

Herbert J. Skuhra-5

to. 14. nov. 2013 kl. 11.02 +0100 skrev Olivier Smedts:

> Hello,
>
> cc'ing glebius since he committed r257694 ("Remove remnants of BIND from
> /etc, since there is no BIND in base now.") which removed remnants of BIND
> from /etc but not from /usr/src/etc.
>
> Can we please remove bind9 references from etc/mtree/BSD.usr.dist ?
> /usr/share/doc/bind9, /usr/share/doc/bind9/arm and
> /usr/share/doc/bind9/misc are constantly re-created during a "make
> installworld" or "make hierarchy" and are then removed by "make
> delete-old". I'm using stable/10 right now, where r257694 has been MFCed as
> r258121.

It's already in HEAD:

http://svnweb.freebsd.org/base?view=revision&revision=256769

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Re: bind9 remnants

Olivier Smedts
Hello,

2013/11/14 Herbert J. Skuhra <[hidden email]>

>
> to. 14. nov. 2013 kl. 11.02 +0100 skrev Olivier Smedts:
>
>
>  Hello,
>>
>> cc'ing glebius since he committed r257694 ("Remove remnants of BIND from
>> /etc, since there is no BIND in base now.") which removed remnants of BIND
>> from /etc but not from /usr/src/etc.
>>
>> Can we please remove bind9 references from etc/mtree/BSD.usr.dist ?
>> /usr/share/doc/bind9, /usr/share/doc/bind9/arm and
>> /usr/share/doc/bind9/misc are constantly re-created during a "make
>> installworld" or "make hierarchy" and are then removed by "make
>> delete-old". I'm using stable/10 right now, where r257694 has been MFCed
>> as
>> r258121.
>>
>
> It's already in HEAD:
>
> http://svnweb.freebsd.org/base?view=revision&revision=256769
>

Is there a reason (other than ENOTIME) why it has not been MFCed to
stable/10 yet ? It's not critical but would make a cleaner 10.0-RELEASE.

Thanks

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