Havard Eidnes | 1 Nov 11:00 2009
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Re: Package binaries for NetBSD/sparc64 5.0 / pkgsrc-2009Q3

Hi,

I've uploaded the updates from a bulk build for NetBSD/sparc64 5.0
to

   ftp://ftp.NetBSD.org/pub/pkgsrc/packages/NetBSD/sparc64/5.0_2009Q3/

This build was done from sources updated Sep 29 2009, so slightly
before the actual cut of pkgsrc-2009Q3.  This also means that the
problem with /usr/pkg/share/pixmaps becoming a file affects this
build (it won't for the next round).

A total of 7.1GB of packages were uploaded, for a total of 7120
packages.

Since we try to keep at most two full sets of binary packages for
each arch/os/os-version, the sparc64 5.0 2009Q1 packages will be
deleted shortly.

Regards,

- Håvard

Joerg Sonnenberger | 1 Nov 15:46 2009
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print/ghostscript6 and print/ghostscript-esp removal

Hi all,
unless someone is willing to actually fix the build issues of ghostscript6
and ghostscript-esp AND demonstrate why they are still needed, I will
remove them in two weeks.

Joerg

Lieven De Keyzer | 1 Nov 16:43 2009
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redland build error

Hi,

I'm trying to build redland using pkgsrc current on Slackware Linux 13.0 but get a build error:

../src/.libs/librdf.so: undefined reference to `db_strerror'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[1]: *** [redland-db-upgrade] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `usr/pkgsrc/textproc/redland/work/redland-1.0.9/utils'

Any solution for this?

Thanks,
Lieven

Joerg Sonnenberger | 2 Nov 01:01 2009
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Re: print/ghostscript6 and print/ghostscript-esp removal

On Sun, Nov 01, 2009 at 06:54:08PM -0500, Greg Troxel wrote:
> 
> Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg <at> britannica.bec.de> writes:
> 
> > unless someone is willing to actually fix the build issues of ghostscript6
> > and ghostscript-esp AND demonstrate why they are still needed, I will
> > remove them in two weeks.
> 
> Not saying you are wrong, but it would be good to give a PR pointer or
> description of what's wrong, and/or a quick summary of why you think no one
> should want them.

I have asked about them in the past and not much has changed.
ghostscript-esp was broken by the new jpeg, ghostscript6 has never
worked with GCC 4. The rest is true, of course.

Joerg

Sarton O'Brien | 2 Nov 02:03 2009

freeradius 2.1.7 can't create package

I filed a PR on this a while back but couldn't check when it was marked 
closed.

Either way it's still occurring and I don't have time to send-pr right now:

===> Building binary package for freeradius-2.1.7
=> Creating binary package 
/usr/pkgsrc/packages/x86_64/All/freeradius-2.1.7.tgz
pkg_create: can't stat `/usr/pkg/bin/rlm_ippool_tool'
pkg_create: can't stat `/usr/pkg/lib/rlm_ippool-2.1.7.la'
pkg_create: can't stat `/usr/pkg/lib/rlm_ippool.la'
pkg_create: can't stat `/usr/pkg/man/man8/rlm_ippool_tool.8'
pkg_create: lstat failed for file bin/rlm_ippool_tool: No such file or 
directory
*** Error code 2

Sarton

Greg Troxel | 2 Nov 00:54 2009
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Re: print/ghostscript6 and print/ghostscript-esp removal


Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg <at> britannica.bec.de> writes:

> unless someone is willing to actually fix the build issues of ghostscript6
> and ghostscript-esp AND demonstrate why they are still needed, I will
> remove them in two weeks.

Not saying you are wrong, but it would be good to give a PR pointer or
description of what's wrong, and/or a quick summary of why you think no one
should want them.

I think the points are

  ghostscript-esp is superceded by ghostscript with options cups

  ghostscript6 is ancient, and ghostscript 8.70 is now GPL, so the GPL
  vs other license issue is not relevant

if those arguments are correct, then it would be reasonable to remove
them even if they weren't broken.
Havard Eidnes | 2 Nov 10:59 2009
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Package binaries for NetBSD/shark 5.0 / pkgsrc-2009Q2

Hi,

I've uploaded the updates from a bulk build for NetBSD/shark 5.0
to

   ftp://ftp.NetBSD.org/pub/pkgsrc/packages/NetBSD/arm/4.0_2009Q2/

This build was done from sources updated Jul 31 2009.  A total of
4.9GB of packages were uploaded, for a total of 6594 packages.

This set of packages should be usable on other arm little-endian
ports.  The build was done on a system running 5.0_BETA.

This was the first and last update for 2009Q2 for this arch/os
combination: the next round will be based on the 2009Q3 branch.

Regards,

- Håvard

Thomas Klausner | 3 Nov 00:06 2009
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Re: freeradius 2.1.7 can't create package

On Mon, Nov 02, 2009 at 12:03:06PM +1100, Sarton O'Brien wrote:
> I filed a PR on this a while back but couldn't check when it was
> marked closed.
> 
> Either way it's still occurring and I don't have time to send-pr right now:
> 
> ===> Building binary package for freeradius-2.1.7
> => Creating binary package
> /usr/pkgsrc/packages/x86_64/All/freeradius-2.1.7.tgz
> pkg_create: can't stat `/usr/pkg/bin/rlm_ippool_tool'
> pkg_create: can't stat `/usr/pkg/lib/rlm_ippool-2.1.7.la'
> pkg_create: can't stat `/usr/pkg/lib/rlm_ippool.la'
> pkg_create: can't stat `/usr/pkg/man/man8/rlm_ippool_tool.8'
> pkg_create: lstat failed for file bin/rlm_ippool_tool: No such file
> or directory
> *** Error code 2

Before that in the log there'll probably be some stuff why
rlm_ippool_tool wasn't built (configure check failed? build failed?)
Tracking that down will be necessary for finding out what the problem
is.
 Thomas

Havard Eidnes | 3 Nov 00:13 2009
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Re: Package binaries for NetBSD/macppc 4.0 / pkgsrc-2009Q3

Hi,

I've uploaded the results of a rebuild of pkgsrc-2009Q3 done on
NetBSD/macppc 4.0 to

   ftp://ftp.NetBSD.org/pub/pkgsrc/packages/NetBSD/powerpc/4.0_2009Q3/

92MB of packages were uploaded for a total of 49 packages.
The list of new packages or packages available in new versions
are: clamav-0.95.3, firefox-3.5.4, php4-apc-4.4.9.2.0.4,
xulrunner-1.9.1.4.

This build was done with sources updated Nov 1 2009.

For the packages which are not architecture-specific (should be
the vast majority), these packages should also be usable on other
powerpc ports.

Regards,

- Håvard

Brian de Alwis | 3 Nov 17:30 2009
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x11/py-sip on MacOS X/Darwin fails:

Has anybody successfully built x11/py-sip on MacOS X (in particular  
10.6.1)?  I'm trying to install py-qt4.

[...]
This is SIP 4.8.2 for Python 2.6.2 on darwin.
The SIP code generator will be installed in /usr/pkg/bin.
The SIP module will be installed in /usr/pkg/lib/python2.6/site- 
packages.
The SIP header file will be installed in /usr/pkg/include/python2.6.
The default directory to install .sip files in is /usr/pkg/share/sip2.6.
The platform/compiler configuration is macx-g++.
Creating sipconfig.py...
Creating top level Makefile...
Creating sip code generator Makefile...
An internal error occured.  Please report all the output from the  
program,
including the following traceback, to support <at> riverbankcomputing.com.
Traceback (most recent call last):
   File "configure.py", line 415, in <module>
     main(sys.argv)
   File "configure.py", line 406, in main
     create_makefiles(macros)
   File "configure.py", line 264, in create_makefiles
     universal=opts.universal
   File "/private/tmp/obj/x11/py-sip/work/sip-4.8.2/sipconfig.py",  
line 1063, in generate
     self.generate_macros_and_rules(mfile)
   File "/private/tmp/obj/x11/py-sip/work/sip-4.8.2/sipconfig.py",  
line 1855, in generate_macros_and_rules
     Makefile.generate_macros_and_rules(self, mfile)
   File "/private/tmp/obj/x11/py-sip/work/sip-4.8.2/sipconfig.py",  
line 1106, in generate_macros_and_rules
     if sys.platform == "darwin" and self.config.qt_framework:
   File "/private/tmp/obj/x11/py-sip/work/sip-4.8.2/sipconfig.py",  
line 180, in __getattr__
     raise AttributeError("\"%s\" is not a valid configuration value  
or user option" % name)
AttributeError: "qt_framework" is not a valid configuration value or  
user option
*** Error code 1

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