Subject: Re: buildlink vs. real gcc ?!
To: Thomas Klausner <email@example.com>
From: Hubert Feyrer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/04/2003 16:55:30
On Tue, 4 Mar 2003, Thomas Klausner wrote:
> Inclusion of ncurses.mk does not mean that the ncurses package is used,
> only if necessary.
Hum, that sounds broken to me. Can we move that into something that's not
related to ncurses, like pkgsrc/mk/curses.mk (like we have emacs.mk,
java-vm.mk, ...)? If I included the ncurses buildlink2.mk file, I expect
to get ncurses used unconditionally.
> In this case, you can just do
> USE_NCURSES= # use_default_colors
> though I think we already got that function since before 1.6F, so it's better
> if you add
> INCOMPAT_CURSES= NetBSD-1.4* NetBSD-1.5* NetBSD-1.6-* NetBSD-1.6.*-* NetBSD-1.6[A-E]-*
I think the INCOMPAT_CURSES shouldn't act on kernel version, but on shared
lib version or so. I use a -current kernel with a -stable userland...
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