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Re: NetBSD system package
> I am working on wip/basepkg that follows syspkgs project. It can
> make base system packages as syspkg.
> I gave an presentations in AsiaBSDCon 2017 and 2018. I am using
> it and it seems to be work well. But it has still a few problems
> (dependency, naming of package, build server, etc).
> Source code and usage are here. I want to obtain feedback from
> users of basepkg.
> Thank you!
>  https://wiki.netbsd.org/projects/project/syspkgs/
>  http://www.jp.netbsd.org/gallery/presentations/index.html
>  https://github.com/user340/basepkg
> Yuuki Enomoto <uki%e-yuuki.org@localhost>
FreeBSD is also trying something like this, originally intended to be included in FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE, but that proved far too ambitious.
Now FreeBSD is apparently trying to include pkgbase in FreeBSD 12.0, but activity on freebsd-pkgbase%freebsd.org@localhost emailing list is very infrequent.
Would NetBSD users have the choice on whether or not to include native X in NetBSD system package, or to use pkgsrc modular-xorg?
FreeBSD does not include Xorg in base system, only in ports (their package building and management system, comparable to pkgsrc for NetBSD).
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