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Re: freeze begins NOW for pkgsrc-2019Q4
>>> 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.
zig-0.5.0 supports LLVM 9. Shall I update?
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