Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg%bec.de@localhost> writes: > On Sun, Mar 26, 2017 at 11:48:57AM -0400, Greg Troxel wrote: >> ocaml has been broken for NetBSD i386 since before the freeze started. >> I am unclear on if there is trouble on other platforms. NetBSD amd64 >> and OS X both seem ok. The problem is that the "raw_spacetime" library >> is not built, but it's in the PLIST. As far as I know, it's only this >> PLIST mismatch that is wrong. The patch below merely omits the >> raw_spacetime libs from PLIST on NetbSD i386. > > I don't think this change makes sense and it is much more likely to hide > the real issue. As such, I am against this patch. Do you think it's better that ocaml and all ocaml programs fail to build for the branch? As far as I can tell this is some build detection nit and the library isn't being built for some not particularly good reason. Or would you rather we revert the ocaml update entirely? I can see your point though, so how about applying it for the branch, and then reverting it on head? I would certainly like to see this fixed properly, but so far that hasn't happened and there haven't even been any theories floated yet. It seems better to paper over this for the branch than to take the more disruptive step of reverting the ocaml update.
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