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Rebootstrapped on Darwin
I decided to rebootstrap pkgsrc; and for that I used the following:
$ ./bootstrap --unprivileged --abi=64 --compiler=clang
(Wasn't there a change a while back which made abi=64 by default?
And I would assume clang is default on Darwin?).
Anywho, in my old ~/pkg/etc/mk.conf I had:
When I checked the newly generated mk.conf those two lines were not
present, so I assumed that they were no longer needed and commented them
out. But now at least two packages (gpg2 and boost-docs) croak when
attempting to run sed, with the error "RE error: illegal byte sequence".
I don't recall adding the TOOLS_PLATFORM.* entries manually, though
it was years ago since I created the initial mk.conf, so I'm not sure.
It seems like at least sed from pkgsrc is needed; but why is it no
longer built as a part of the bootstrap? (Or do I not remember
correctly, and it never was?).
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