On 19.09.2016 01:30, David Brownlee wrote: > On 12 September 2016 at 14:26, Jonathan Perkin <jperkin%joyent.com@localhost> wrote: >> * On 2016-09-12 at 14:20 BST, Ryo ONODERA wrote: >> >>> I am working on pkgsrc/lang/rust on NetBSD and Linux. >>> The older shell wrappers cannot handle "-l m" (whitespace between -l >>> and library name, m) and I cannot build some libraries in lang/rust. >>> >>> I suggest the following patch. >>> It does not break >>> >>> BUILDLINK_TRANSFORM= l:execinfo:execinfo:elf >>> >>> like BUILDLINK_TRANSFORM. >>> >>> What should be confirmed to adopt this change? >> >> Looks fine to me. For the record cwrappers already handles this >> construct, which is why I didn't notice this issue with lang/rust >> prior to importing. >> >> I'd like to get this integrated before 2016Q3, so I will perform a >> bulk build just to check that there are no regressions, but I don't >> expect any. >> >> Results should hopefully be available tomorrow, though it's been a >> long time since I did a non-cwrappers build! > > Does anyone know what was outstanding for cutting across to using > cwrappers by default? A lot of people have been using it for quite a > while now, and it would be nice to have only one copy of all that > infrastructure :) > Could we please enable it by default now, and drop old wrappers after the freeze? Package lang/rust is worth it.
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