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Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 18:13:08 -0800
From: Isaac Dunham <>
Subject: Re: Latest pkgsrc results [What builds on musl 0.9.7?]

On Tue, 20 Nov 2012 21:47:05 -0800
Gregor Richards <> wrote:

> Here are the results from my latest build of NetBSD pkgsrc 2012Q3 on 
> musl 0.9.7, with patches from 
> revision 98b82c29f04c.
> Attempted:    10704
> Deps failed:    3118
> Build tried:    7586
> Build failed:    1155
> Tests failed:    346
> Success:    6085 (80.2136%)

Looking good...
> Breakdown: 
> or
> Archive: 
> Notes:
> In the breakdown, 'D' means dependencies, 'B' means build, 'T' means 
> tests. Blank is success, 'X' is failure.

OK, I see that apache doesn't build...sabotage has patches for that.
OpenMotif and mpg123 should be easy fixes (they built without patching a while back); I expect it's just CFLAGS.
gnutls, Qt 3 & 4, m17n-db, and libcanberra are the most valuable dependencies. 
Heirloom-libcommon looks pretty important, but that's thanks to how pkgsrc treats the heirloom toolchest.

libusb should use the same patch as libusbx; I actually followed something on "How to build libusb for android" when I did that.

It's claiming that the Gimp doesn't build-is that correct?

I wonder what's blocking libdrm...

> If you have patches to make other packages build, please report them on 
> the musl-pkgsrc-patches issue tracker: 
> .

> As with all of my repositories, musl-pkgsrc-patches is also available 
> via git: .
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> With valediction,
>   - Gregor Richards

Isaac Dunham <>

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