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Re: CVS commit: pkgsrc/mk/platform

"Amitai Schleier" <> writes:

> Module Name:	pkgsrc
> Committed By:	schmonz
> Date:		Wed Nov  7 16:50:27 UTC 2018
> Modified Files:
> 	pkgsrc/mk/platform:
> Log Message:
> If an SDK matching our OS X version isn't found -- for instance, because
> OS X has been upgraded and Xcode hasn't been -- try again without
> specifying the version. This (1) works better and (2) gives a better
> error message when it doesn't. From Markus Mayer in PR pkg/50317.

This is moving away from repeatable builds, and I'm not sure it's a good
idea.  I lean to forcing a hard failure and making the user fix the
environment, at least if there isn't an override requested.

I may have missed the discussion; this seems to warrant it.  But perhaps
everybody else thinks this is obviously right.

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