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Re: firefox fails to build on netbsd-8 amd64
On Sun, 29 Mar 2020 at 17:28, Greg Troxel <gdt%lexort.com@localhost> wrote:
> Chavdar Ivanov <ci4ic4%gmail.com@localhost> writes:
> > On Sat, 28 Mar 2020 at 05:29, Greg Troxel <gdt%lexort.com@localhost> wrote:
> >> I have an almost-up-to-date netbsd-8 amd64 system, and pkgsrc current.
> >> I have rebuilt all mismatched/unsafe packages. Even rust built ok.
> >> My system has 24G of RAM and a 14G /tmp, and /tmp has 8.8G free. So
> >> that shouldn't be it.
> >> www/firefox fails to build. Restarting the build results in the same
> >> error. Does this build for other people?
> > Try to force rebuild devel/cbindgen.
> I did a make replace of that. It didn't chagne the behavior, which
> didn't surprise me as cbindgen was rebuilt after rust, relatively
I mentioned it as I had a problem in February to build firefox doing
pkg_rolling-replace; it didn't pick cbindgen as a package to update,
even if rust was updated; later it worked. It was just a shot in the
> Did that work for you? Do you know if there is a missing dependency?
I have built firefox-74-0 twice now (first time on its own, using
whatever rust was at the time, and second time as part of
> Joerg just removed a patch in firefox, and I updated and rebuilt after
> that commit. Same kind of error.
> So far nobody has reported success. So I ask again:
> Has *anyone* been able to build firefox under netbsd-8 amd64?
All my machines with pkgsrc run -current.
> If so, are you using any non-default configuration?
In my /etc/mk.conf relevant bits (as far as I can see) are only
PKG_OPTIONS.llvm += -llvm-target-aarch64 -llvm-target-arm
-llvm-target-bpf -llvm-target-hexagon -llvm-target-lanai
-llvm-target-mips -llvm-target-msp430 -llvm-target-nvptx
-llvm-target-powerpc -llvm-target-sparc -llvm-target-systemz
On a side note, firefox-74.0 dumps core for me if I use any OpenGL
stuff (under VirtualBox at least); firefox 73.0.1 works just fine (but
this of course is hardly relevant to your problem).
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