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Re: rust, rust-bin, bulk builds
Manuel Bouyer <bouyer%antioche.eu.org@localhost> writes:
>> Isn't this just a matter of pulling up all ld.elf_so changes to -9?
>> Does pkgsrc have to bend over backwards to work around a src bug?
> Actually rust from 2020Q1 seems to be building reliably on -9, when
> using MAKE_JOBS=1 (for some reason, MAKE_JOB_SAFE=no is not enough).
There seem to be two separate issues:
It seems obvious that ld.elf_so changes to make rust work should be
pulled up to 9-stable. However, we tend to build packages on RELEASE.
I think it would make sense to build on stable as long release/stable
are ABI compat like they should be, with libkver.
The MAKE_JOBS=1/MAKE_JOBS_SAFE=no issue: As a general rule I think
that whatever we need to make things work in a pbulk environment
should be applied to pkgsrc, so others get the fixes. (Of course,
workarounds for NetBSD should be limited to NetBSD, as they are
currently.) This issue feels like a bug where MAKE_JOBS is perhaps
passed to rust when MAKE_JOBS_SAFE is no. As I read pkgsrc-current,
this seems ok, but _MAKE_JOBS_N is referenced before MAKE_JOBS_SAFE
is set, and before bsd.prefs.mk is icnluded.
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