Subject: Re: pkg/20724: new pkgsrc/devel/bin86
To: David Laight <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
Date: 03/15/2003 14:00:04
On Sat, 15 Mar 2003, David Laight wrote:
> > I know that some of this is included with bcc but it does have
> > a few differences.
> It contains a later version of 'bcc', the one in the bcc package
> wont, for instance, compile the bios within bochs. I suspect that
> this version will (0.16.3 did).
My bin86 does not include bin/bcc.
> > XDISTNAME= bin86-0.16.11
> > XMASTER_SITES= http://www.cix.co.uk/~mayday/dev86/
> Any reason for changing the package name?
I don't understand. It is called bin86. I think Dev86 is more complete.
bin86 is just:
> > X# XXX as it this is now, it won't build under NetBSD
> > X# XXX maybe patches under devel/bcc will help
> I don't remember any real problems building dev86-0.16.3 under netbsd.
> I didn't make a package, and had to put the binaries into the
> 'expected place' etc - but it did work.
Maybe I will package that too.
bin86 is all I needed though. I have been using it in pkgsrc for several
months (mostly for building lilo which is also in my pkgsrc).
Jeremy C. Reed