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#pragma ident "%Z%%M% %I% %E% SMI"
* Because the ON tools are executed on the system where they are built,
* the tools need to include the headers installed on the build system,
* rather than those in the ON source tree. However, some of the headers
* required by the tools are part of the ON source tree, but not delivered
* as part of Solaris. These include the following:
* These headers get installed in the proto area in the build environment
* under $(ROOT)/usr/include and $(ROOT)/usr/include/sys. Though these
* headers are not part of the release, in releases including and prior to
* Solaris 9, they did get installed on the build system via bfu. Therefore,
* we can not simply force the order of inclusion with -I/usr/include first
* in Makefile.ctf because we might actually get downlevel versions of the
* ctf headers. Depending on the order of the -I includes, we can also have
* a problem with mismatched headers when building the ctf tools with some
* headers getting pulled in from /usr/include and others from
* To address the problem, we have done two things:
* 1) Created this header with a specific order of inclusion for the
* ctf headers. Because the <libctf.h> header includes <sys/ctf_api.h>
* which in turn includes <sys/ctf.h> we need to include these in
* reverse order to guarantee that we get the correct versions of
* the headers.
* 2) In $(SRC)/tools/ctf/Makefile.ctf, we order the -I includes such
* that we first search the directories where the ctf headers
* live, followed by /usr/include, followed by $(SRC)/uts/common.
* This last -I include is needed in order to prevent a build failure
* when <sys/ctf_api.h> is included via a nested #include rather than
* an explicit path #include.
#endif /* _CTF_HEADERS_H */