Subject: Re: pkgsrc NetBSD 2.0G/i386 bulk build results 2004-09-15
To: Alistair Crooks <email@example.com>
From: Johnny C. Lam <jlam@NetBSD.org>
Date: 09/15/2004 17:20:19
On Wed, Sep 15, 2004 at 02:51:10PM +0100, Alistair Crooks wrote:
> audio/festival 24 tech-pkg@NetBSD.org
There was a bad patchsum that I've regenerated, so we'll see if festival
can actually build or not.
> editors/abiword1 firstname.lastname@example.org
This looks like a bug in textproc/expat that I've just fixed.
> lang/libperl 12 jlam@NetBSD.org
This should be fixed by my recent commits to make packages not use
libperl. libperl itself may still not be bulk-built, but if that's the
case, that may be a bug in the bulk-build code.
> lang/pgcc email@example.com
This was a bug in bsd.pkg.mk where PKGNAME_NOREV was defined too late.
I've moved it higher so this problem should be fixed.
> regress/pkgfail gavan@NetBSD.org
This shouldn't really be a failure... the bulk build code should not be
descending into the "regress" category directory tree.
> security/fortify tech-pkg@NetBSD.org
I've queried to see if I can remove this package from pkgsrc, since it's
basically dead and unusable.
> security/mit-krb5 jlam@NetBSD.org
I've committed a known workaround so this package should build on NetBSD
systems with utmpx again.
> x11/kdelibs2 25
We should really nuke KDE2 before we branch so that there aren't
expectations of maintenance (it's maintainer is "tech-pkg@NetBSD.org").
KDE2 has been declared dead for quite some time now. If there are
packages that require KDE2, we should just mark them as broken, IMHO.
-- Johnny Lam <jlam@NetBSD.org>