Martin Husemann <martin%duskware.de@localhost> writes: > There was a discussion about hiding sqlite form pkgsrc and making it not > install the shared lib at all, which would allow us to remove threading and > JSON support. The pkgsrc notion is to depend on a pkgsrc package, and to have logic to see if the base system version is ok, and if so use it. I do not have any conceptual problem with base sqlite3 being minimal and pkgsrc deciding basically that base system NetBSD is never good enough to satisfty the dependency I do have a problem with depending packages deciding on a case by case basis if base sqlite3 is good enough, because that leads to inconsistency. So I think on any given NetBSD version, it's either "base sqlite3 should not be used" or "base sqlite3 is good enough". So if you mean: let's revert the thread/json in base sqlite3 let's ask pkgsrc to stop using base sqlite3 on NetBSD, or at least to not expect it to have threads and JSON I think that's fine, but obviously needs discussion other than in this list.
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