Compiling ports in a post-9.0-RELEASE world

Konstantin Tokarev annulen at
Wed Mar 16 10:45:15 UTC 2011

16.03.2011, 13:33, "Ade Lovett" <ade at>:
> On Mar 16, 2011, at 04:39 , Anton Shterenlikht wrote:
>>  What will happen to ports in non-clang arches (sparc64, ia64) after 9.0R?
> With any luck, they will die a silent death and be pointed in the direction of NetBSD that likes to look after irrelevant architectures.  i386/amd64 for primary use, arm/mips for embedded.  Anything else is just ridiculous.

What about Power Architecrure (formerly PowerPC)? 
It's widely used both for embedded and enterprise (pSeries, Blue Gene, etc.)


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