maya%netbsd.org@localhost writes: > I think disabling llvm disables graphical acceleration for radeon, so it's > a pretty expensive choice to make. Perhaps we need to make llvm39 and so forth > to avoid this problem. > > Previously, an llvm update broke rust, we should probably always do this. Post freeze, that's an interesting discussion. I find that it's often a tough call whether the pain of multiple versions outweighs the pain of updates. Maybe we just need to not update llvm/clang near the freeze. In hindsight, it was too big a change (by definition, since we entered the freeze with unfixed fallout). But, I didn't see it coming -- I thought pkgsrc clang was just for users to use, and didn't realize how much it was used by other packages. And I had managed to not absorb the commit message about MesaLib using it.
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