Subject: Re: USE_INET6 idea, fixed
To: Todd Vierling <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 01/09/2000 08:41:04
>Actually, I think I misspoke my thoughts in my last post. What I think
>would be best for USE_INET6 is:
>- USE_INET6 would not exist at all.
>- A conditional flag, HAS_INET6, would be detected by bsd.pkg.mk to compile
> in IPv6 support, if the pkg cannot detect this during compile.
>- Only pkgs which have _incompatible_ IPv4 and IPv6 functionality, or those
> which cannot detect IPv6 at runtime, should be compilable with and without
> IPv6, as _separate_ pkgs (progname and progname6).
>Binary pkgs would therefore contain IPv6 support in all possible pkgs.
The above proposal is just fine, except tricky situation with
"latest pkgsrc on 1.4 branch" - some of packages bark if there's no
getaddrinfo(3). Anyway we should sort it out, by fixing original
Is it correct that you are saying binary package builders/people
compile packages need to set HAS_INET6 in mk.conf, if they are working
on 1.5? Or will it be automatically defined by bsd.pkg.mk trick?
(like exit status from "ifconfig lo0 inet6")