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Re: gcc-3.x requirement and DragonFly
> There are some notable packages which have problems compiling with
> gcc-4.x, but compile and work fine with gcc-3.x. audio/festival and
> emulators/qemu are such examples.
I have the same problem under Debian Linux where I run bulk builds
using my own tool for distributed bulk builds - DISTBB.
I think I've found a way for distbb to solve this type of problems
without support from pkgsrc.
Background. There are two important variables in distbb.
Both are overridable in config file by user.
TARGET - list of targets to run, by default
'depends fetch checksum configure build install package deinstall'.
EXTRA_OPTS - list of variables assignments passed to bmake.
Example EXTRA_OPTS='BATCH=yes PKG_VERBOSE=1'.
I think the problem can be solved by setting these two variables
individually per package.
TARGETS=depends configure build package package-install deinstall
As you can see this approach also allows to build pkg_install, bmake
etc. without any problem.
Best regards, Aleksey Cheusov.
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