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Commits on Oct 5, 2014
Commits on Feb 17, 2013
  1. make it set links to the full path of the shared libs, not to a path

    spz authored
    starting with emul/
Commits on Jun 14, 2009
  1. Remove @dirrm related logic.

    joerg authored
Commits on May 26, 2008
  1. Second round of explicit pax dependencies. As reminded by tnn@,

    joerg authored
    many packages used to use ${PAX}. Use the common way of directly calling
    pax, it is created as tool after all.
Commits on Mar 3, 2008
  1. Mechanical changes to add DESTDIR support to packages that install

    jlam authored
    their files via a custom do-install target.
Commits on Jan 15, 2008
  1. MASTER_SITE_LOCAL doesn't honor DIST_SUBDIR. Modify the MASTER_SITES

    jlam authored
    variable so that at least the compat* NetBSD packages will honor it.
    This allows the compat40 packages to find their distfiles, located under
    LOCAL_PORTS/20071230.
Commits on Dec 31, 2007
  1. Add the script that I use to generate distfiles and PLISTs for NetBSD

    jlam authored
    compat* packages.
Commits on Nov 27, 2007
  1. Make PKGNAME consistent across all platforms in the compat* and

    jlam authored
    netbsd32_compat* packages.
Commits on Aug 30, 2007
  1. Don't rely on differences in the value of DISTNAME that rely on

    jlam authored
    "immediate" versus "lazy" evaluation of the value.  Just explicitly
    define a variable (COMPAT_PKG) that holds the value that's needed in
    each of the compat* packages, and use it within Makefile.common.
    
    This was an attempt to solve PR pkg/36863, but it doesn't look like
    pkglint or lintpkgsrc understand this more straightforward variable
    construction either.
Commits on Aug 28, 2007
  1. Fix derivation of PKGNAME in the COMPAT_NETBSD32 case so that DISTNAME

    jlam authored
    may be defined after the inclusion of compat_netbsd/Makefile.common in
    a package Makefile.  This should fix the problem (reported in private
    by Juan Romero Pardines) where the "-extras" packages did not have a
    version number in PKGNAME.
Commits on Aug 23, 2007
  1. There are no wildcards when using :S. Use :C instead. This fixes the

    jlam authored
    build for the compat*-extras packages.
  2. Allow a nicer syntax for expressing needing at least a certain version

    jlam authored
    of an emulated operating system.  Instead of proliferating things like
    SUSE_VERSION_REQD, NETBSD_VERSION_REQD, SOLARIS_VERSION_REQD, etc., a
    package can say:
    
    	EMUL_REQD=	suse>=9.1 netbsd>=2.0 solaris>=10
    
    all in one, succinct line.
  3. Back out previous and solve this in another way that doesn't involve

    jlam authored
    a hokey new emulator-opsys.mk file.
  4. Break out the inclusion of the operating-system-specific Makefile into

    jlam authored
    a separate emulator-opsys.mk file.
    
    The emulator-opsys.mk file defines EMUL_DISTRO and the various *EMUL*DIR*
    variables, as well as any opsys-specific variables.
    
    Include this file within compat_netbsd/Makefile.common so that the
    *EXEC_FMT variables (defined by the compat*/emulator.mk files) are
    defined.  This fixes the build of compat* packages.
    
    XXX emulator-opsys.mk will go away in the near future as we do more
    XXX appropriate information hiding.
Commits on Aug 21, 2007
  1. * Support netbsd-* as a valid platform in EMUL_PLATFORMS. Use the

    jlam authored
      pkgsrc/emulator/compat* and pkgsrc/emulator/netbsd32_compat* packages
      to provide the necessary shared libraries to run dynamically linked
      NetBSD binaries from the days of yore.
    
    * Add some additional compat* packages for completeness:
    
    	compat15, compat20, compat30
    
    * Modify the compat* packages so that "compatNM" only provides files
      that aren't in "NetBSD-N.(M+1)".  For example, compat12 only provides
      files that don't exist in NetBSD-1.3.x, compat13 only provides files
      that don't exist in NetBSD-1.4.x, etc.
    
      As a result, if you are running NetBSD-3.0/alpha and want to run a
      1.3 dynamically linked binary, there is an automatic dependency
      chain that causes the following packages to be installed:
    
    	compat13, compat14, compat15, compat16, compat20
    
      There are some deviations from this dependency chain on platforms
      that have changed executable formats, e.g. i386, m68, sparc, etc.
      However, in general pkgsrc will require that you have the necessary
      COMPAT_* options in your kernel to match the installed compat*
      packages.  This restriction is an artificial one imposed by pkgsrc,
      but allows for a single set of distfiles to be used on all versions
      of NetBSD.
    
    * Provide compat* package support for every supported architecture
      of NetBSD.  Verily, it is now possible to run 1.2 binaries on
      NetBSD-1.5.3/pc532 by installing the compat12 package from pkgsrc.
      Rejoice, one and all!
    
    * The netbsd32_compat* packages mirror the corresponding compat*
      packages for use by sparc64 and x86_64 to allow running 32-bit
      binaries with COMPAT_NETBSD32 kernel support.  The "extras" packages
      supply the additional shared libraries from the corresponding release
      of NetBSD so that the set of files in /emul/netbsd32 will be complete.
    
    * pkgsrc/emulators/compat_netbsd contains infrastructure files shared
      by all of the compat* packages.
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