> Check arch/alpha/Makefile for the CFLAGS line. Mine says:
> CFLAGS := $(CFLAGS) -Wa,-m21164a -DBWX_USABLE
> and the presence of the comma in there causes not-so-nice interactions
> with the FILES_FLAGS stuff at the end of Rules.make, which uses commas
> to delimit arguments to Makefile commands (e.g. filter-out, patsubst).
> My solution was to remove the "-Wa,-m21164a" flag and stick it in the
> gcc specs file instead, although the latter may not be necessary. The
> real fix would involve repairing Rules.make to be robust to the presence
> of commas in CFLAGS. Here's the first couple of lines from
> -m21164a -nocpp
> For me, this had nothing to do with NFS, and the same annoyance occurred
> on a local file system.
NICE detective work. Left to my own instincts, that would have the last
thing I looked at <g>. I'll give it a try!
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