Benny Siegert <bsiegert%gmail.com@localhost> writes: > Am 26.11.2012 21:09 schrieb "Greg Troxel" <gdt%ir.bbn.com@localhost>: >> I think it's a bug that within pkgsrc, 'cc -pthread' succeeds when >> (the wrapper) is executed during a build of a package that has not >> declared a dependency on pthreads. Rather than working, the call >> should error out, just as linking a library that is not bl3'd in to >> the package will fail. >> >> Opinions? > > I am against this, as it would lead to a lot of churn for no good reason. > Probably more than half of pkgsrc would likely break with such a change. Do you mean that you believe half of the packages add -pthread to compile flags (based on some autoconf test) but do not have a manifest dependency on pthreads, and thus would not compile? I find that surprising; I'd guess the number is far smaller. I ran ldd on /usr/pkg/lib/*.so, and found 289 of 565 needed pthreads. I don't know how many needed threads in their own right. > I would rather see the pkcs11-helper package fixed instead. By 'fixed', do you mean having "CONFIGURE_ARGS += --disable-threading", more or less? Or something else?
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