I'm a bit confused about how to reference a couple of Python packages in a new pkg I'm trying to build. Is there a refernce document somewhere I could read about this. I've tried following existing the examples in pkgsrc and can't get thigns to work. Specifically, I'm trying to build a pkg for SciPy. I have it building the package correctly, but I can't get dependencies built correctly: ... PYDISTUTILSPKG= yes PYBINMODULE= yes BUILD_DEPENDS= fftw2-2.1.5:../../math/fftw2 BUILD_DEPENDS+= lapack-*:../../math/lapack BUILD_DEPENDS= py-f2py-*:../../lang/py-f2py BUILD_DEPENDS+= py-Numeric-*:../../math/py-Numeric BUILD_DEPENDS+= py-wxWindows-*:../../x11/py-wxWindows PYTHON_VERSIONS_ACCEPTED= 22pth 21pth .include "../../math/fftw2/buildlink2.mk" .include "../../math/lapack/buildlink2.mk" .include "../../math/py-Numeric/buildlink2.mk" .include "../../lang/py-f2py/buildlink2.mk" .include "../../x11/py-wxWindows/buildlink2.mk" .include "../../lang/python/extension.mk" .include "../../mk/bsd.pkg.mk" buildlink2: ----------- # $NetBSD$ # # This Makefile fragment is included by packages that use py-SciPy. # # This file was created automatically using createbuildlink 2.6. # .if !defined(PY_SCIPY_BUILDLINK2_MK) PY_SCIPY_BUILDLINK2_MK= # defined .include "../../lang/python/pyversion.mk" BUILDLINK_PACKAGES+= py-SciPy BUILDLINK_DEPENDS.py-SciPy?= py-SciPy>=0.2.0 BUILDLINK_PKGSRCDIR.py-SciPy?= ../../math/py-scipy EVAL_PREFIX+= BUILDLINK_PREFIX.py-SciPy=py-SciPy BUILDLINK_PREFIX.py-SciPy_DEFAULT= ${LOCALBASE} .include "../../math/fftw2/buildlink2.mk" .include "../../math/lapack/buildlink2.mk" .include "../../lang/py-f2py/buildlink2.mk" .include "../../math/py-Numeric/buildlink2.mk" .include "../../x11/py-wxWindows/buildlink2.mk" BUILDLINK_TARGETS+= py-SciPy-buildlink py-SciPy-buildlink: _BUILDLINK_USE .endif # PY_SCIPY_BUILDLINK2_MK ------------- I see examples where no BUILD_DEPENDS is set, only the buildlink2 for a dependency, but without the BUILD_DEPENDS, I can't get it to build the dependencies, but with it, I can't get py-Numeric or py-wxWindows to build properly: ===> Returning to build of py22pth-SciPy-0.2.0 ===> Required package py-Numeric-*: NOT found ===> Verifying package for ../../math/py-Numeric make: "../../lang/python/../../lang/python/../../lang/python/../../ lang/python/pyversion.mk" line 147: Unassociated shell command "error: no valid Python version" make: "../../lang/python/../../lang/python/../../lang/python/../../ lang/python/pyversion.mk" line 154: Could not find /buildlink2.mk make: Fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/math/py-Numeric *** Error code 1 Stop. make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/math/py-scipy *** Error code 1 --- I can't determine which buildlink2.mk is missing, all packages referenced have one. What am I missing? What might be the proper way to do this?