coypu%SDF.ORG@localhost writes: > Likely running into the now infamous "gobject-introspection" problem > that most packages seem to not build, but only to a few people, on > netbsd-current. > > (PR pkg/51266, and some mailing lists posts) For what it's worth, I have had a different gobject-introspection failure, on OS X 10.12 with joyent's bootstrap. (Hardware is early 2014 13-inch MacBook Air, Core i7, FWIW.) After trying lots of different build options (usually I use ccache, MAKE_JOBS=2, cwrappers), and being careful to have /opt/pkg/bin before /usr/bin, I was able to build, and now that I have done make replace, it builds reliably. The symptom was very different, and I think my issue is unrelated. I was getting "no file foo.h found with <>, use "" instead", which matches the problem where cwrappers seems confused about symlinks in WRKDIR, when pwd -P and pwd -L do not match. But I had removed symlinks from my current working directory (by cd to pwd -P, basically).
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