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Re: netbsd32_compat packages
Martin Husemann wrote:
>On Sun, Aug 09, 2015 at 04:23:24PM -0400, Greg Troxel wrote:
>> MKCOMPAT's documentation is unclear. It looks like it is for building
>> e.g. i386 versions of the current libraries on amd64. As I understand
>> things, that doesn't address getting the i386 versions of things in
>> 6.1 that have different shlib majors from -7, which should be
>> the same set of things that one needs to run amd64 binaries from 6.1 on
>> a 7.0 amd64 things (but built for i386).
>True, and for binary pkgs it doesn't realy help (my mind is still in
>pkg-from-source mode). Ignore me.
I had not updated -current on my amd64 test machine recently, with a
more recent build the i386 6.1 application works fine using the standard
libraries in /usr/lib/i386.
The app doesn't use X11 though.
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