Subject: bulk package build completed for NetBSD/sgimips (mipseb) (fwd)
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Rafal Boni <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/11/2002 09:16:46
FYI.... I've got some related questions below. Please CC me on any
replies, as I'm not (yet) on the list.
From Scott's build, it seems ~ 500 packages die due to `mipseb' being an
unknown machine type to autoconf... IIRC, fixing this involves adding
cases for `mipseb' to config.sub, and in the past I've added patches to
do just that.
OTOH, it seems horribly inefficient and wasteful to do this 500 times,
so I thought people might have better solutions here (one that pops to
mind is just wholesale replacing the config.sub file with a "stock"
one we maintain).
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In message <200205102236.g4AMaMl40931@mrynet.com>, email@example.com writes:
-> After a very long week of builds, the complete buildable package
-> suite for NetBSD has been built and packaged on a NetBSD/sgimips.
-> They are located on ftp.mrynet.com in:
-> The packagings were completed this morning, Friday, May 10, 2002.
-> They were packaged on a system built from the CVS snapshot dated
-> 20020502 (May 2, 2002) with the xsrc X11 sources from the same
-> The statistics from the build log are:
-> Packages not packaged: 238
-> Packages really broken: 277
-> Pkgs broken due to them: 824
-> Total broken: 1101
-> Total: 1339
-> A quick check of the log files indicates that there are 580 packages
-> that failed building because the programs' configure scripts don't
-> understand the "mipseb" target.
-> The total number of packages available is:
-> ~ftp/pub/NetBSD/arch/sgimips/packages.new/mipseb/All [5:03pm]
-> ttyph:--ROOT--@mrynet (60): /bin/ls -1 | wc -l
-> The total number of possible packages was:
-> ttyph:--ROOT--@mrynet (83): find /usr/pkgsrc -name Makefile -print | wc -l
-> Less the root Makefile, mk/ and pkgtools/ makefiles: 2849
-> So, it seems, out of 2849 packages, 1339 were broken and 1472 were built.
-> Doesn't add up? You go try and figure it out :)
-> Anyways, what'll build automatically via the pkgsrc/mk/bulk/build script
-> has been built.
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