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0005674GNUnetbuild processpublic2019-04-01 16:50
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PlatformOSNetBSD + others using pkgsrcOS Version
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Summary0005674: get rid of false positives warnings when host-string differs (pkgsrc vs base-system)
DescriptionIn a recent conversation with Ludovic about the guile bindings for GnuTLS, I had to point out that
pkgsrc and any base-system differ in their host string. pkgsrc strips out the middle element for
easier predictable names etc.

So I have lots of warnings when I build from my developer checkout like:

> bla was built for x86_64--netbsd and thus may not match the used host x86_64-unknown-netbsd8.99

We can not predict the existence of pkgsrc and if something was build with pkgsrc or base system.
However it would be good to get rid of these warnings since they are nonsense, false positives.
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ng0

2019-04-01 16:50

developer   ~0014253

When I pass CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/pkg/include" part of the problem, but not the main problem, disappears.
So the actual problem still stands as reported.

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Date Modified Username Field Change
2019-04-01 15:41 ng0 New Issue
2019-04-01 16:50 ng0 Note Added: 0014253