As suggested by Greg, here is the system setup I’m using along with the mk.conf, pkg_comp config files and the complete logs from attempting to build graphviz. I haven’t filed a PR on this given the large amount of data in the log files. Maybe someone can find my problem or suggest what can be parred down in the files so this can be submitted as a PR though. NetBSD version: NetBSD amd64.home.net 9.99.78 NetBSD 9.99.78 (GENERIC) #0: Fri Jan 22 22:54:53 UTC 2021 mkrepro%mkrepro.NetBSD.org@localhost:/usr/src/sys/arch/amd64/compile/GENERIC amd64 pkgsrc version: -current as of Jan 24 8:21 (also see same in pkgsrc-2020Q3) cpu type: cpu0: "Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600 CPU @ 3.40GHz" cpu0: Intel Xeon E3-12xx, 2nd gen i7, i5, i3 2xxx (686-class), 3392.29 MHz cpu0: family 0x6 model 0x2a stepping 0x7 (id 0x206a7)
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On Jan 24, 2021, at 10:24 AM, Greg Troxel <gdt%lexort.com@localhost> wrote: > > Robert Nestor <rnestor%mac.com@localhost> writes: > >> I downloaded and installed NetBSD-9.99.78 and a -current version of >> pkgsrc. Then tried building a subset of the packages I normally >> install using pkg_comp. This has been working fine, aside from the >> typical daily short-term breaks in pkgsrc-current, for a long time. >> But the last successful build I did was with NetBSD-9.99.68 and a >> version of pkgsrc-current from around that time. Ever since then the >> builds of graphviz and xentools always fail with the same type of >> issues. I’m wondering if there are some new parameters that need to >> be used in mk,conf or other configuration files that aren’t included >> in the default installation of either NetBSD or pkgsrc. > > I know of no scheme that you should have to set variables to succeed. > AIUI, xentools413 has ocmal code which was not updated upstream to avoid > using deprecated ocaml features, and pkgsrc-current has ocaml 4.11 which > removes that feature (unsafe strings). But, I think xentools413 has > been fixed in pkgsrc-current. > > > So I suggest you send separate messages about the two problems, with the > usual netbsd version, pkgsrc version, cpu type, any mk.conf settings, > and the logs.