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IPV6_READY, USE_INET6 and inet6 PKG_OPTIONS
I would like to clean up inet6 option handling.
First, IPV6_READY, is it still usable?
Must it be added to BUILD_DEFS for any ipv6 ready packages?
(It is not documented in the guide, then I feel many packages do not care it)
Second, USE_INET6:inet6 is added to PKG_OPTIONS_LEGACY_VARS in
Is it still required?
USE_INET6 is set as "YES" by default in /usr/share/mk/bsd.own.mk for NetBSD,
so unwanted deprecated variable warning will be risen in any package having
Furthermore, even inet6 support is experimental, and not in
it will be enabled automatically, it is unwished behavior.
I feel USE_INET6 should be gone away, or opposite behavior, i.e. if
inet6 option will be disabled by default.
Finally, inet6 option in PKG_OPTIONS, even if inet6 option is in
I feel it should be removed from PKG_OPTIONS automatically if IPV6_READY=no.
(but I don't know if there are inet6 options require no system inet6 support or
Any comments, suggestions, or objections?
OBATA Akio / obache%NetBSD.org@localhost
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