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Re: freeze begins NOW for pkgsrc-2019Q4
On Wed, Dec 18, 2019 at 10:29:55AM -0500, Greg Troxel wrote:
> nia <nia%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes:
> > zig is now broken because llvm was updated and the version of zig in pkgsrc
> > requires the previous llvm release.
> > zig could be updated to the next release, but that fails for other reasons -
> > NetBSD support being broken for reasons that need investigating.
> > To fix it, someone needs to either fix the new zig on NetBSD, or
> > (probably easier) reimport llvm8.
> > I'd also like to see working zig on on NetBSD in the next pkgsrc release.
> So do you mean:
> add one new package lang/llvm8, that does not conflict with lang/llvm
> point zig at llvm8 instead
> and nothign else?
> That seems ok.
> Was the llvm update that broke this recent?
Yes, LLVM 9 was released a couple of months ago.
Apparently zig also needs clang. Not sure how that works.
The other build problems with the new zig release have been reported upstream,
but I'm sure they're waiting on someone from here to fix it.
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