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Re: pkgsrc current dbus build failure
Thank you for pointing that out. I am updating now.
I downloaded the NetBSD-9.99.60-amd64-install.img (date stamped May 07,
2020) this morning and installed on my Lenovo X200. I did select the
option to download pkgsrc. I changed the path from stable to current and
that is what was pulled in.
On 5/8/20 11:10 AM, Roland Illig wrote:
On 08.05.2020 16:44, Ron Georgia wrote:
Installed current NetBSD 9.99.60 (GENERIC) #0 and pkgsrc current on
05/08/2020 at about 0900 EST. I tried to build dbus but got an error
when it tried to build perl5.
sh: 1: Syntax error: Word "/d"p" unexpected (expecting ")")
That was a bug in mk/subst.mk r1.91. It was fixed in r1.92, which is
from 2020-05-02. This contradicts that you are using pkgsrc-current from
2020-05-08, which is 6 days later.
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