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Re: broken packages for 2012Q3
On 9/28/2012 10:26, David Holland wrote:
devel/stlport severe C++ issues
I'm going to mark it broken and put it on my list to remove.
> I did fix it, here and here:
Those are different issues...
Granted, but the point is that tcl-expat was working for me as a result
of the patches, which occurred after tcl85 upgrade. So either NetBSD
had additional problems compared to DragonFly, or it broke again after
those commits for an unknown reason. That's what I meant.
I don't see why -- it is broken on NetBSD now, if you hack in a fix
and the fix gets reverted, it will still be broken.
The added logic to handle chan_mgcp.so is what broke it on all
platforms. The logic was designed to detect which platforms generated
that library, but it was faulty. As a result, it said NetBSD should be
generating it when it wasn't (and it shouldn't generate on DragonFly
when it was occurring). Simply removing the new makefile logic would
restore the build on NetBSD. DragonFly wouldn't change either way.
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