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Re: Use of GNU userland during pkg builds [Was lang/npm PLIST errors]

>>> => Checking file-check results for npm-6.0.0nb1
>>> ERROR: ************************************************************
>>> ERROR: The following files are in the PLIST but not in /usr/pkgsrc/lang/npm/work/.destdir/usr/pkg:
>>> ERROR: /usr/pkgsrc/lang/npm/work/.destdir/usr/pkg/lib/node_modules/npm/html/doc/misc/npm-coding-style.html
>> Not sure whether related, but also noticed the following error during
>> build:
>> find: -not: unknown option
>> GNU find has got above option, NetBSD base find doesn't have.
>> In general, is it advisable to set PATH of gnu userland ahead of pkg and
>> base, since most upstream build procedures assume Linux environment?
> Thanks, I’ll check both problems today. I assume it’s just assumptions that upstream makes.
> -F

My fault. I didn't know about '-not' not being supported. Fixed it and updated npm to 6.0.1.

Kind regards,

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