I have updated net-snmp to 5.7.2. It probably still works, but if you care, now would be a good time to test. There were an enormous number of patches, many of which had been applied upstream. There are still 21 patches. I am not really sure if it will build on Dragonfly or Darwin. My view about patches is that if the patch belongs upstream, it should be sent upstream, and the patch should have a comment explaining the issue (suitable for being an upstream commit message, more or less), and including a link to the upstream tracker entry. If that's not true, and a patch is broken or lost during an update, that's unfortunate but I'm not going to agonize over it. The only patches that don't belong upstream, more or less, are patches that are about conforming to how etc files are installed in pkgsrc vs /usr/local (examples, CONF_FILES, etc.).
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