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Re: annotated bulk failures, pre-2011Q4 edition
On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 03:49:26PM +0100, Thomas Klausner wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 04:53:05AM +0000, David Holland wrote:
> > audio/wsoundserver problems finding libaudiofile (even though buildlinked)
> [...] Fixed.
> > benchmarks/nbench (*) bad seddery
- gccversion=`$compiler -v 2>&1 | sed -e "/version/!d"`
+ gccversion=`$compiler -v 2>&1 | sed -e "/ version/!d"`
So, any idea why it was working in my environment, which is also gcc
4.5? As far as I know it differs from Joerg's in only a handful of
- two weeks' or so newer -current
- base is built without Kerberos (this explains some of the krb
- bootstrapped, which uses noticeably different <bsd.*.mk>
- non-default $PREFIX and $VARBASE
- not chrooted
- no root availability
> > cross/i386-netbsdpe should just be removed
> Do it :)
> > databases/cstore (**) C++ issues
> 1GB distfile, wow.
Yeah, this came up before; I think it's full of sample data or
something silly like that.
> > devel/valide requires newer vala
> Someone please update vala, then...
It's worse than that; it requires a whole bunch of new stuff and
there's some thorny and intractable problem. obache was telling me a
while back that he tried and gave up in disgust
This is not something we should try to do right now I think. I guess I
should mark it BROKEN...
> > devel/xsd C++ issues
> To be more exact, boost::filesystem::path problems. Also, xsd-3.3.0 is
> out, perhaps that improves the situation (but it changed the build
> system to GNU make).
Yeah, I thought I recognized that identifier but there weren't other
overt signs of boost so I wasn't sure...
David A. Holland
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