"Lai, Peter PW" <peter.lai2%prattwhitney.com@localhost> writes: > * RHEL 7.7 (Centos 7 for those playing at home I guess) in Azure. > * Toolchain: Software collection (SCL) devtoolset-9 > > * Yum installs native zlib-devel as a dependency for openssl-devel > * openssl-devel was installed in order to support PREFER_NATIVE= openssl > Next, some packages that also include "../../devel/zlib/buildlink3.mk" > such nginx is built, it pulls in devel/zlib. This is weird because > RHEL 7 includes zlib 1.2.7 which satisfies zlib>=1.2.3 in buildlink3. The buildlink3.mk is supposed to look at the builtin.mk and decide whether to use native or pkgsrc. Two separate thoughts: You can use "bmake show-vars VARNAMES=foo" to find out what the builtin.mk is doing. It seems it ought to be ok with native, and if there is wrong logic, or something that's being checked you aren't yet aware of, that will help figure it out. read the builtin.mk to figure out what variables are used, and then look at them, from nginx. Perhaps: If you are forcing PREFER_NATIVE for openssl, also set it for everything openssl depends on, just for cleanliness. > What happens after is that libxml2 and downstream libxml2 dependencies (e.g. databases/postgresql) break because they see the pkgsrc zlib first: It is asking for trouble to mix builtin/native. Even if you had the various rpath stuff perfect, a binary could want both and that can't work.
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