Hello everybody,I'm trying to create packages with pkg_comp. I basically stuck to the default configuration and only adjusted where I thought it was necessary. The build works in principle. However, there are some packages whose builds fail according to the same pattern. It looks like a problem with libtool:
* libffi-3.2.1nb4 libtool: compile: unable to infer tagged configuration libtool: error: specify a tag with '--tag' * libslang2-2.2.4nb3 libtool: link: unable to infer tagged configuration libtool: error: specify a tag with '--tag' * readline-8.0 libtool: link: unable to infer tagged configuration libtool: error: specify a tag with '--tag'Everything I could find in the mailing list archive is a bit older and did not help in the specific case. My build environment consists of a NetBSD / amd64 9.0_RC2 and a pkgsrc-2019Q4. the problem also occurs on a pkgsrc-current (as of today). I took the following steps after the pkgsrc was provided:
1) Installation # cd /usr/pkgsrc/pkgtools/pkg_comp # make install clean 2) Configuration # vi /usr/pkg/etc/pkg_comp/extra.mk.conf --> add this lines: MAKE_JOBS=8 SKIP_LICENSE_CHECK=yes PKG_OPTIONS.ghostscript=x11 fontconfig cups PKG_OPTIONS.libreoffice=java cups # vi /usr/pkg/etc/pkg_comp/sandbox.conf --> add this lines: SANDBOX_ROOT=/usr/sandbox/pkg_comp NETBSD_RELEASE_RELEASEDIR="/home/mpeterma/release/$(uname -m)" 3) Run build # pkg_comp sandbox-create # pkg_comp build mc zsh git-baseIs anyone familiar with this problem and can they give me a tip on what I'm doing wrong?
Thank you very much and best regards Matthias
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