NetBSD source update | 1 Jan 08:27 2006
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daily pkgsrc CVS update output


Updating pkgsrc tree:
? pkgsrc/INDEX
? pkgsrc/README-IPv6.html
? pkgsrc/README-all.html
P pkgsrc/archivers/file-roller/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/amarok/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/gmpc/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/gnome-vfs2-cdda/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/gst-plugins-artsd/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/gst-plugins-artsd/buildlink3.mk
P pkgsrc/audio/gst-plugins-cdparanoia/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/gst-plugins-esound/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/gst-plugins-esound/buildlink3.mk
P pkgsrc/audio/gst-plugins-faad/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/gst-plugins-flac/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/gst-plugins-lame/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/gst-plugins-mad/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/gst-plugins-mad/buildlink3.mk
P pkgsrc/audio/gst-plugins-oss/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/gst-plugins-vorbis/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/liteamp/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/rhythmbox/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/timidity/Makefile
P pkgsrc/audio/tunesbrowser/Makefile
P pkgsrc/chat/gg2/Makefile
P pkgsrc/chat/gnomeicu/Makefile
P pkgsrc/chat/gossip/Makefile
P pkgsrc/chat/loudmouth/Makefile
P pkgsrc/chat/loudmouth/buildlink3.mk
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Martti Kuparinen | 1 Jan 11:38 2006
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Purpose of apsfilter patch-ab

Hi and happy new year,

I'm looking at apsfilter upgrade and I really don't understand the
purpose of pkgsrc/print/apsfilter/patches/patch-ab. Can't we just
use /dev/stdout or is it somehow not portable or not available
on some platforms?

Martti

Vincent | 1 Jan 14:48 2006
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Xorg 6.9/7.0

Hi there,
any delay to "pkgsrc" the new Xorg 6.9/7.0 release? I've been testing it 
since yester morning, it compiles fine and has *huge* improvements, 
especially for those who like me have a laptop with a Radeon chip 
(support for DMA and EXA acceleration). OpenGL seems way faster.

Cheers,
Vincent

Juan RP | 1 Jan 14:56 2006

Re: Xorg 6.9/7.0

On Sun, 01 Jan 2006 14:48:17 +0100
Vincent <10.50 <at> free.fr> wrote:

> Hi there,
> any delay to "pkgsrc" the new Xorg 6.9/7.0 release? I've been testing
> it since yester morning, it compiles fine and has *huge*
> improvements, especially for those who like me have a laptop with a
> Radeon chip (support for DMA and EXA acceleration). OpenGL seems way
> faster.

I'm working on it. Maybe it will take 1 week or so (more or less).

Staffan Thomén | 1 Jan 14:29 2006
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Issues with pkgsrc on IRIX

Hmm, I'll just blurt out my thoughts, if anyone bites on this I'll be happy to
answer any questions and test cases. Be sure to CC me because this list has an
awful amount of traffic.

I'm still seeing some strange buildlink issues using pkgsrc on IRIX, such as
trouble with the distinction of lib${LIBABISUFFIX} and just lib (x11-buildlink?)
and for some reason [work]/.x11-buildlink/pkg/include is used for includes.

I wonder if anyone with some more buildlink clue could take a peek at this. It
seems that lib32 (I'm using n32) contains the system (x11) libs while just lib
in the buildlink dir contains the things from /usr/pkg/lib.

Perhaps it's just my tree that has been bashed around so much in order to make
things build ;-)

Regards,

--

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Staffan Thomen 1024D/7C7E2EF8
Sed quis custodiet ipsos Custodes?
D'Arcy J.M. Cain | 1 Jan 15:58 2006
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Re: Cannot get priority range for scheduling policy 0

On Tue, 22 Nov 2005 06:57:41 -0500
"D'Arcy J.M. Cain" <darcy <at> NetBSD.org> wrote:
> Sorry for the cross post but I wasn't sure where this problem really
> was.  If you know, please feel free to drop the innapropriate one.
> 
> I just upgraded my system to -current as of yesterday and now when I
> run audacity I get this error.  I don't see it with any other program
> and audacity is the only one that uses the older wxGTK24 package.  The
> error follows a call to pthreads to get a policy number (which returns
> 0) and then fails getting a range for that policy.

I have since rebuilt the kernel, userland and packages and still get
this warning opping up for every file I open.  Does anyone have any
idea at least what the source of the error is?  Is it a change to a
library, the kernel or is it a problem with audacity?

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D'Arcy J.M. Cain <darcy <at> NetBSD.org>
http://www.NetBSD.org/

Vincent | 1 Jan 19:26 2006
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DDD under NetBSD-current

Hi,

since a while, DDD 3.3.11 under NetBSD-current works in a strange way. 
The ioctl used  by ddd to catch up what gdb says and to display the 
small icons in the source window seem to be broken. As a result, the 
display is garbled (icons are misplaced, line numbers are wrong, etc.).

I get that error on the terminal from which I launch ddd:

gdb: cannot set terminal foreground process group: Inappropriate ioctl 
for device

And on the GDB window:

[tcsetpgrp failed in terminal_inferior: Inappropriate ioctl for device]

Any hint? I've been recompiling it, but to no avail.

TIA,
Vincent

Vincent | 1 Jan 19:28 2006
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Re: Xorg 6.9/7.0

Juan RP a écrit :

> I'm working on it. Maybe it will take 1 week or so (more or less).

Great! That release seems to be a real milestone.

Just a thing: is the package going to be 6.9 or 7.0? I mean, modular or not?

Good lunck and thanks!
Vincent

Hubert Feyrer | 1 Jan 19:47 2006
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Re: Xorg 6.9/7.0

On Sun, 1 Jan 2006, Vincent wrote:
> Just a thing: is the package going to be 6.9 or 7.0? I mean, modular or not?

Dumb question: what does "modular" in that context mean?
(I haven't followed latest X development, and the rumour that everything 
is now autoconf instead of imake doesn't sound like a major improvement to 
me...)

  - Hubert

Julio M. Merino Vidal | 1 Jan 19:51 2006
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Re: Xorg 6.9/7.0

On 1/1/06, Hubert Feyrer <hubert <at> feyrer.de> wrote:
> On Sun, 1 Jan 2006, Vincent wrote:
> > Just a thing: is the package going to be 6.9 or 7.0? I mean, modular or not?
>
> Dumb question: what does "modular" in that context mean?
> (I haven't followed latest X development, and the rumour that everything
> is now autoconf instead of imake doesn't sound like a major improvement to
> me...)

"modular" as in that every library or program that conforms X.Org
is now in its own distfile, all autoconf-ized (a la GNOME).  (I don't
know the granularity of the packages, though.)

I think we'll eventually have to switch.  And IMHO, the resulting
packages will be better than the current situation of patches for
imake files and inconsistent installations between pkgsrc-supported
OSes.

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Julio M. Merino Vidal <jmmv84 <at> gmail.com>
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