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authorAlexey Neyman <>2016-11-21 07:50:17 (GMT)
committerAlexey Neyman <>2016-11-21 07:50:17 (GMT)
commit488b27f58bfdb3c9c523448acfa17b51325fec03 (patch)
tree24f799a43b479bc65a61d317d76c6127fc2fa320 /scripts/build/debug/
parent6cb9e62f6cc680935ad1b759018e214582b54550 (diff)
Partially revert 6f8e89cb5ca061e899bf3feaaf3fecf30d366c3e.
The referenced commit replaced 'make' with '${make}' everywhere. This is wrong for at least the utilities that we may build as companion tools (make, libtool): this will always invoke the version detected by configure by supplying the absolute path. In other words, the wrappers in .build/tools/bin are not fallbacks - they are either temporary (in case a respective companion tool is built) or permanent redirectors. This is the reason why the PATH= has .build/*/buildtools/bin at higher precedence than .build/tools/bin; the latter has the versions detected by configure and the former has the versions built as companion tools. Revert the rest of the gang (grep/sed/...) for consistency. After all, we may decide to supply some of them as well (awk, for instance). Signed-off-by: Alexey Neyman <>
Diffstat (limited to 'scripts/build/debug/')
1 files changed, 2 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/scripts/build/debug/ b/scripts/build/debug/
index 79406a7..0d33ca0 100644
--- a/scripts/build/debug/
+++ b/scripts/build/debug/
@@ -28,10 +28,10 @@ do_debug_strace_build() {
CT_DoLog EXTRA "Building strace"
- CT_DoExecLog ALL ${make}
+ CT_DoExecLog ALL make
CT_DoLog EXTRA "Installing strace"
- CT_DoExecLog ALL ${make} DESTDIR="${CT_DEBUGROOT_DIR}" install
+ CT_DoExecLog ALL make DESTDIR="${CT_DEBUGROOT_DIR}" install