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Re: pkgsrc-2011Q3 freeze has started
On 09/23/2011 04:22 PM, Thomas Klausner wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 02:13:35PM +0200, Joerg Sonnenberger wrote:
>> I think that schedule is too tight to ensure basic sanity of the branch.
>> I have a bulk build running on NetBSD 5.99.55/AMD64 (with GCC 4.1) which
>> is currently at 2427/11720. There is one infrastructure patch pending
>> related to fixing an issue with Ruby 1.8 only packages. Build failures
>> at this early stage not fixed since yesterday:
>> (1) Emacs 23.3a aborts during bootstrap.
>> (2) Festival doesn't build due to errors in the inttypes.h definition in
>> GCC3. This most likely needs some catch up with the header changes
>> in current.
>> (3) qmail fails installation check due to overlapping PLIST with a
>> (4) kdelibs4 doesn't build due to missing dependencies.
>> (5) Lots of Python packages don't support 3.1 -- IMO the default support
>> list shouldn't include 3.1 as the list of packages which do work is far,
>> far smaller than the list of packages which don't. I plan to change
>> this after the branch though.
>> (6) nessus-libraries fails due to missing distfile. See earlier email,
>> this should IMO just be nucked.
>> Given that at least (4) is pretty high profile, I would like to see the
>> bulk build finished and failures get evaluated. I'll keep you updated on
> If someone is addressing the problems, then I have no problem with
> prolonging the freeze; but let's discuss this on Sunday.
> I'm not sure your test setup is ideal though, since there might be
> additional problems caused by the non-standard GCC-4.1.
> Is someone running 5.x bulk builds?
I am. NetBSD-5.1/i386, using the old style bulk build framework.
The build is currently at 69.3%.
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