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Re: NetBSD 8.2 Package refresh fails

Riccardo Mottola <riccardo.mottola%libero.it@localhost> writes:

>> lintpkgsrc -i
> Scan Makefiles: 16777 packages
> Version mismatch: 'pango' 1.44.7 vs 1.44.7nb2
> Version mismatch: 'windowmaker' 0.95.8nb6 vs 0.95.8nb8

That seems minor.

> this, together with the fact that no installed package has BUILD_HOST
> 7.0 appears to tell me I have a consistent system.
> So, the mystery of pango vs. hb.h header remains.

Sounds  like you have a consistent build; if the binaries were from a
different branch the diffs would be huge.

> I tried something rough. I went into
> /home/pkg-workdir/devel/pango/work/.buildlink
> did a more ./include/harfbuzz/hb.h
> I changed in  pango-coverage.h
> #include <hb.h>
> to #include <harfbuzz/hb.h>
> then I had to do the same in pango-font.h and in pangofc-fontmap.h
> I wonder if it is a code bug or more an issue with includes.
> That way it compiles for a while, then dies in:
> /home/pkg-workdir/devel/pango/work/pango-1.44.7/pango/pangocairo.h:26:19:
> fatal error: cairo.h: No such file or directory...
> Again I changed that to <cairo/cairo.h>
> after that... it compiled!

there are certainly a lot of bugs out there.

Basically, a package will install headers where that package says is the
right place, and packages that use it have to cope.

What I don't understand is why this breaks sometimes but not usually.

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