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nodejs compilation error
On NetBSD 8 amd64 pkgsrc-current:
In file included from ../src/node_constants.h:27:0,
../src/node_constants.cc: In function 'void
../src/node_constants.cc:1130:30: error: 'UV_FS_O_FILEMAP' was not
declared in this scope
../src/node.h:433:54: note: in definition of macro 'NODE_DEFINE_CONSTANT'
Can't build firefox because of this.
I ended up running make update in libffi and that has deleted many
critical packages. I managed to recover by manually soft linking
libffi.so.6.0.4 which was lying in /usr/pkg/lib despite the upgrade to
libffi.so.6. Not a normal thing to do I suppose.
What will be a clean way when I want to build a new package that would
update a lower level library that would invalidate several other critical
packages that would not build! (Sorry for the length of that statement.)
May be I should be switching to using stable branches instead of
pkgsrc-current? May be that has its own downsides...
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