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building certbot on Sparc Solaris10...

just fetched (the not yet ready, I know) pkgsrc_2022Q4, started "pkg_rolling_replace -u" on an oldish T5-2 in a

Runs fine until trying to rebuild py39-cryptography-38.0.4 (for certbot):

=> Returning to build of py39-cryptography-38.0.4
=> Tool dependency py39-setuptools-[0-9]*: found py39-setuptools-65.6.3
=> Tool dependency bsdtar-[0-9]*: found bsdtar-3.4.3
=> Tool dependency cwrappers>=20150314: found cwrappers-20220403
=> Build dependency rust>=1.60.0nb1: NOT found
=> Verifying reinstall for ../../lang/rust
=> Bootstrap dependency digest>=20211023: found digest-20220214
ERROR: This package is not available for these platforms: SunOS-5.10-sparc64.
ERROR: This package has set PKG_SKIP_REASON:
ERROR: rust-1.64.0 is not available for SunOS-5.10-sparc64
*** Error code 1

bmake[1]: stopped in /u/NetBSD/pkgsrc/lang/rust
*** Error code 1

bmake: stopped in /u/NetBSD/pkgsrc/security/py-cryptography

Any ideas what I can do? There seems to be some makefile-magic for machines w/o rust, but thats not used for
py-cryptography, rust-stuff is "hardcoded", sigh...

And why rust at all? Is'nt C "good enough"? (Duck and cover ;-)


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