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Re: 2012Q1 failing packages (on netbsd-current)
David Holland <dholland-pkgtech%netbsd.org@localhost> writes:
> This is somewhat behind schedule relative to the freeze, but better
> late than never.
> Note: this list does not include kde4 stuff, which seems to still be
> fully borked. As usual it also doesn't include the usual variety of
> doomed/unfixable packages either.
First thing to note is that this list is based only on amd64 builds.
> devel/clisp-syscalls bad lisp code
Bad C code or even just system most likely.
> lang/mercury generic build failure, may also/then crash during build
amd64 problem, works fine here.
> lang/pfe PLIST divergence
I'll look at it when I have time.
> lang/polyml "ld: bad value" (not MAKE_JOBS)
> lang/racket SIGABRT during build
> lang/racket-textual SIGABRT during build
amd64 problem, work fine here.
Also Racket problems are easier to work out with upstream.
> math/octave-forge doesn't work with current octave
This one needs to be reworked.
> math/openaxiom 0 errors -> lisp code contains errors
Problem with CLISP on amd64.
I have a patch, still testing it.
> parallel/gridscheduler LP64 issues, crashes during build
> parallel/sge LP64 issues, crashes during build (***)
> www/ocsigen needs update (in gnats), currently marked BROKEN
I'm working in this direction.
> (***) These have been broken since at least July 2010.
Only for some people.
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