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Re: Can't compile pkgsrc on OpenBSD 3.4

Quoting Robert S (robert_s_(_at_)_emailme_(_dot_)_net_(_dot_)_au):
> Thanks for the comments folks.  I still don't know why the compile didn't
> work.  One of the error messages was
>     cc1: warnings being treated as errors
> Is it possible to disable this behaviour?  Can you get the compiler to
> ignore errors?
> I must confess to being a complete ignoramus to C, Makefiles and Ports and a
> newcomer to OpenBSD.  It just looked like a good way to add a lot of new
> packages to OpenBSD easily.  Presumably somebody will eventually modify
> pkgsrc to run on OpenBSD3.4 (like it does on earlier versions).
> The only pkgsrc newsgroup is a developers one and does not look appropriate
> to this type of question.  I still haven't received any answers on
> netbsd.help.

/usr/ports/  on OpenBSD is the moral equivalent of /usr/pkgsrc on netbsd.
What is missing for you in /usr/ports/?

Why do you feel compelled to use pkgsrc from Net?  (which, yes, should work).

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