* dev: tar_SUITE: Work around limited pathname length on Windows Merge the fourth bootstrap stage into the third bootstrap stage Remove unused lib/orber/include/Makefile Remove lib/orber/include/* from the primary bootstrap otp_build update_primary: Don't commit generated source files primary bootstrap: Remove source files Conflicts: Makefile.in bootstrap/bin/start.script bootstrap/bin/start_clean.script bootstrap/lib/compiler/ebin/compiler.app bootstrap/lib/compiler/egen/beam_opcodes.erl bootstrap/lib/compiler/egen/core_parse.erl bootstrap/lib/kernel/ebin/kernel.app bootstrap/lib/kernel/ebin/kernel.appup bootstrap/lib/orber/include/Makefile bootstrap/lib/orber/include/corba.hrl bootstrap/lib/orber/include/orber_pi.hrl bootstrap/lib/stdlib/ebin/stdlib.app bootstrap/lib/stdlib/ebin/stdlib.appup bootstrap/lib/stdlib/egen/erl_parse.erl
The include files for orber are included in the primary bootstrap, probably for historical reasons. They are not needed there, because no applications compiled in the secondary bootstrap need them. Therefore, install the lib/orber/include/* in the bootstrap at the end of the second bootstrap stage.
The primary bootstrap contains generated source files that are not needed for building Erlang/OTP. Since these files contains dates, version numbers, or absolute path names, new versions of most of those files will be created in the git repository every time the primary bootstrap is updated, thus growing the git repository grow more than necessary.