Subject: Re: patch: net/netcat fails to build on dragonfly
To: Jeremy C. Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Peter Schuller <email@example.com>
Date: 03/27/2005 00:43:54
> NC_TARGET.Interix= netbsd
> NC_TARGET.OpenBSD= netbsd
> +NC_TARGET.DragonFly= netbsd
> I wonder if
> NC_TARGET.DragonFly= freebsd
> would be better?
If you think so then I'm sure that is the case. I do not have much of a
clue as to the internals of pkgsrc and how all the make magic hangs together.
I basically chose netbsd because that's what was used for OpenBSD/Interix,
and I figured it was essentially a workable default. But given that DragonFly
is much closer to FreeBSD than NetBSD, your suggestions makes obvious sense.
In any case I tried building with 'freebsd' instead and it does still build.
> This list if fine, except you have a large chance that someone will
> overlook or forget about this.
> You can also directly email the maintainer, but in this case, there is not
> If you use send-pr (or the web-based interface) to submit PR for GNATS for
> the "pkg" category, then we can keep track of it.
Alright. I was considering this but wasn't sure whether Dragonfly stuff was
very welcome in NetBSD gnats (since pkgsrc does not seem to have a separate
database). Should I just file future issues like this under the 'pkg' category
in NetBSD gnats then?
> I will commit this for you, if you think "netbsd" is preferred over
> "freebsd" as the make target.
For now, see above. Given time I will try to learn more about pkgsrc so
that I can give intelligent feedback in the future...
Thanks a lot!
/ Peter Schuller, InfiDyne Technologies HB
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