nia <nia%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes: > On NetBSD it should only check the major, at the very least. I think checking major only is the right approach. > I'm still not sure if it makes sense because you can run old > userlands on newer kernels, use packages from older versions if > you have the right shared libraries, etc. Yes, but it is not sound to mix packages built for different versions. So to allow this there needs to be a config to require packages to be form some different branch, and then to warn about any mismatch, even the actual system version. E.g. on a netbsd-9 system with 8 packages, only 8 packages should be installable without complaint. I don't think we should go there.
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