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    SubjectRe: missing files in bk trees?
    On Tue, Mar 23, 2004 at 09:41:46PM -0500, ameer armaly wrote:
    > I got the latest kernel tree from, and I try to make
    > config, and it complains about a missing However, it has
    > decrypted the other sccs files, but for some oodd reason it can't find
    > this particular one. Suggestions would be appriciated.

    The build fails on this file because the kernel makefiles don't have
    complete dependency information. Make is smart enough to automatically
    check out foo.c and foo.h if you say

    foo.o: foo.c foo.h
    $(CC) -c foo.c -o foo.o

    but in the absence of that information, make cannot deduce it.

    The work-around is to simply check out everything before running make:
    % bk -Ur get -S

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