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Well. Hello, all.
I'm compiling packages afresh from the package source current as of 21
April 2017. My OS is NetBSD 7.1_RC2 Sun Feb 26 11:56:07 EST 2017.
I compiled cad/gerbv which compiled py27-expat-2.7.13, and things went
merrily on, until libreoffice, where it downloaded
Python-3.6.1.tar.xz, and croaked:
===> Checking for vulnerabilities in py36-expat-3.6.1
=> Fetching Python-3.6.1.tar.xz
=> Total size: 16872064 bytes
===> Installing binary package of py36-expat-3.6.1
pkg_add: no pkg found
pkg_add: 1 package addition failed
*** Error code 1
make: stopped in /usr/local/src/pkgsrcstuff/pkgsrc/textproc/py-expat
Why? because Python version 27 was installed, I guess.
Thu May 04 20:51:26 on cterm.rse.com /usr/pkgsrc A) ls -trd */*/work |
sed 's/work\//Makefile/' | xargs egrep 'PYTHON_VERSION'
databases/mysql57-server/Makefile:# Update when PYTHON_VERSION_DEFAULT
x11/gtk2/Makefile:PYTHON_VERSIONS_INCOMPATIBLE= 34 35 36 # not yet ported as
And so the conundrum: it seems that gtk2 absolutely rejects Python
Version > 27, while libreoffice _can't_ have Python Version < 34.
So, what to do? Can I manually compile Python Version 36 so it smokes
the peace pipe with Version 27?
Please reply to me directly, since I'm not on this list.
Kind Regards, I am
/s/ Michael L. Riechers
Michael L. Riechers,
Owner, M L Riechers Systems Engineering
513/844-2220 (voice) 530 Main Street
513/205-5589 (cell) Hamilton, Ohio 45013
Systems Programming: The three most adverse malignancies in life are:
1)signed numbers, 2)floating point numbers, and 3)little endians.
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