cvs commit: src/lib/libc/include libc_private.h src/lib/libc/sys Makefile.inc __cvtstatvfs.c fstatvfs.c statvfs.c src/sys/kern init_sysent.c syscalls.c syscalls.master vfs_default.c vfs_init.c vfs_syscalls.c src/sys/sys kern_syscall.h mount.h mountctl.h ...
dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Wed Jun 4 09:23:15 PDT 2008
:This (indirectly) breaks the snapshot builds, because we're using the=20
:freshly built pkgsrc bootstrap to install new packages into the root.=20
:However the bootstrap uses the new syscalls which are not present in my=20
:host environment (chlamydia still runs 1.8.1, didn't have hands-on=20
:opportunity to update it).
:I think we should find a way to install pkgsrc packages without running=20
:binaries of the target system, otherwise we can't crossbuild properly.
:Anybody have suggestions? How does NetBSD handle this?
I tried playing with this type of thing a few months ago. The closest
I got was to create an isolated, jailed environment to run the builds
in, glued together with mount_null and NFS.
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