Subject: Re: lang/clisp patch missing error.
To: None <>
From: David S. <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 10/13/2002 16:35:23
> >> 
> >>   ===> Applying NetBSD patches for clisp-2.27
> >>   cp files/tramp-rs6000-netbsd.o /home/pkgsrc/lang/clisp/work/clisp-2.27/src
> >/../ffcall/callback/trampoline_r
> >>   cp: files/tramp-rs6000-netbsd.o: No such file or directory
> >>   *** Error code 1
> >
> >Try updating your pkgsrc. I have the .o file in mine (dated 14 Mar).
> Hmm, I had tried a `sup -s -v` just before sending the message and
> that didn't help.  So I just did a `sup -s -a` to force the entire
> tree to d/l again and the file is still missing.

'tramp-rs6000-netbsd.o' is present on my 1.5.4 system, but not on
my -current.  However, the Makefile for the package reads

	cp files/tramp-rs6000-netbsd.o ${WRKSRC}/../ffcall/callback/trampoline_r
	cp files/tramp-rs6000-netbsd.s ${WRKSRC}/../ffcall/callback/trampoline_r

So it doesn't seem like the missing file will make any difference,
even on the 'rs6000' architecture.  Removing the first of the copy
lines, the package builds on i386 -current, but fails some of the
tests included in the distribution.  I don't see how that failure
could be due to the 'tramp-rs6000-netbsd.o' file, present or not.

David S.