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Re: Is *anyone* using pkgsrc on IRIX?
On Thu, Apr 23, 2020 at 10:55:44AM -0600, Boyd Lynn Gerber wrote:
> On Thursday 2020-04-23 03:07, Joerg Sonnenberger wrote:
> > On Wed, Apr 22, 2020 at 09:49:43AM -0400, Greg Troxel wrote:
> > > [Recently a patch to libffi to accomodate IRIX has caused a problem on
> > > another platform. In discussing what ought to be done, I asked if
> > > anyone was using pkgsrc on IRIX, but that thread is not likely to be
> > > seen by most, so I'm asking here.]
> > I would extend the question to other platforms without support in
> > cwrappers and with questionable support for DESTDIR. For example, I
> > would explicitly drop any pretense that we support SCO. It doesn't
> > support proper LD_LIBRARY_PATH behavior and that will incur random
> > breakage with DESTDIR builds.
> I've been looking into pkgsrc for all the SCO Legacy OS's (UnixWare 7,
> OpenServer 6, and OpenServer 5). We have a community of about 1,500 Users.
> With the Definitive Series the include a native development system and
> gcc-2.95.3. I've successfully used Ryo ONODERA patches to get a gcc 4.2.4
> and binutils 2.24 to build a pkgsrc base on OpenServer 5 Definitive 2018 and
> OpenServer 5.0.7 MP5.
> I would prefer the SCO support not be removed so we have more modern Open
> Soure Projects.
From context I imagine this is the same issue (order of evaluation,
where RPATH is evaluated before LD_LIBRARY_PATH).
I wonder if ld supports --enable-new-dtags which is how other OSes with
this issue have worked around it (call it DT_RUNPATH for the sensible
behaviour instead of DT_RPATH, to avoid breaking old binaries).
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