[PATCH -next 2/2] kbuild: fix for updated LZ4 tool with the new streaming format
bp at alien8.de
Tue Jul 16 05:22:42 EDT 2013
On Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 11:12:17AM +0200, Yann E. MORIN wrote:
> The goal is to avoid generating a non-buildable kernel in the first place.
I know, that's why I'm proposing to fail the build with the script run
as one of the first things by make.
> > I.e., those steps:
> > 1. make <whatever>config
> > 2. make => A prereq. target runs the shell script.
> This is too late, since this will bail out, and will give a false-positive
Huh? This will tell you: "you've selected X, but I don't have toolX
needed for the build".
You install the tool and run make again. Checks pass, the build
> While if we were to check for _known_ needed tools before calling into
How would you do that? How do you know what the user is going to select
*before* she even selects it?
You need to have a prepared .config to act upon.
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