Pourdriere produces faulty build results due to bsd.openssl.mk bug
feld at FreeBSD.org
Thu Apr 2 14:08:02 UTC 2015
On Wed, Apr 1, 2015, at 16:21, Bryan Drewery wrote:
> On 4/1/2015 3:59 PM, Yuri wrote:
> > I found that packages produced by poudriere likely link with base
> > openssl, while port make likely links with the port openssl.
> > This is because of the lines in bsd.openssl.mk which check for the
> > presence of openssl shared library and headers under PREFIX, and set
> > WITH_OPENSSL_BASE when they aren't present. In case of port make files
> > are likely present, and in case of poudriere build files are likely not
> > present.
> > Example is ftp/curl (with GSSAPI=NONE, OPENSSL=yes options). *Poudriere
> > produces curl library, that causes VirtualBox to break* due to the
> > openssl base vs. port conflicts. See recent emulation@ ML threads. Port
> > make produces curl library that works fine with VirtualBox.
> > I think both WITH_OPENSSL_BASE and WITH_OPENSSL_PORT should be retired,
> > and code checking file presence also should be removed, and all ports
> > should be made to build with an openssl port instead. Ports should never
> > use base OpenSSL.
> > Only <100 ports touch WITH_OPENSSL_... variables. Somebody who is able
> > to make such decisions and has the commit bit should bit should look
> > into this. Otherwise, massively faulty package repositories are produces.
> > Yuri
> I've wanted this for a long time. I think we should just do it.
What are the risks of something linking to OpenSSL in ports also
requiring something from base which in turn... links in OpenSSL from
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