Bug #1761

pkg sysutils/bacula : build works with 5.0.2

Added by lentferj about 4 years ago. Updated about 4 years ago.

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Description

According to latest bulk build reports bacula can't be build due to some
error compiling xattr.c
I tested with latest pkgsrc tree (which contains 5.0.2 instead of 5.0.1
as in the report) and it works ok for me. Could you update the pkgsrc
trees and rebuild those packages?

Jan

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#1 Updated by polachok about 4 years ago

>Could you update the pkgsrc trees and rebuild those packages?
Talking about updating pkgsrc, mysql-server51 build should be fixed now.
mpg123 isn't yet, but i've submitted a fix.

Anyway, I think it would be nice to held something like a package hackathon
before every (pkgsrc) release (or, maybe, on arbitrary dates) trying to make as
much packages available as possible, making emphasis on widespread software.

#2 Updated by justin about 4 years ago

On Sun, May 9, 2010 4:17 pm, Alexander Polakov \(via DragonFly issue
tracker\) wrote:

> Anyway, I think it would be nice to held something like a package
> hackathon before every (pkgsrc) release (or, maybe, on arbitrary
> dates) trying to make as much packages available as possible,
> making emphasis on widespread software.

As a tool for making that easier, the output from each bulk build is
available here:

http://avalon.dragonflybsd.org/reports/

... though it's a lot of text to swim through. Each arch/release combo
generates near-daily reports once a given pkgsrc branch has settled down
past its release. Would it be worth having a mailing list for these
reports too?

#3 Updated by lentferj about 4 years ago

I submitted a PR to have --disable-xattr set on DragonFly. This will
unbreak the build on DF. I asked to have this backported to 2010Q1,
also. Let's wait and see what happens.

http://www.netbsd.org/cgi-bin/query-pr-single.pl?number=43312

#4 Updated by lentferj about 4 years ago

It is commited, now waiting for pullup to 2010Q1.

#5 Updated by lentferj about 4 years ago

According to the pkgsrc guys it is also in 2010Q1. Closing it.

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