So during my pass over recent powerpc64 package errorlogs, I found
a few ports that were actually broken across all archs on -current,
and made those commits.
I may not have enough cycles to investigate all these down by myself,
so I'm asking for help. Does anyone recognize any of these failure
modes, and if so, can recommend a fix?
I've grouped them together based on my analysis, which may not be
correct. Note: error messages from gcc and clang are intermixed.
benchmarks/dbs tcp_debug.h: field has incomplete type 'struct tcpcb'
security/revealrk revealrk.c: 'struct xtcpcb' has no member named
security/pidentd k_freebsd2.c: storage size of 'pcbp' isn't known
japanese/nethack34 stdlib.h: conflicting types for 'srandom'
net-mgmt/netdata freebsd_sysctl.c: storage size of 'vmmeter_data' isn't
sysutils/asmem read_mem.c: invalid use of undefined type 'struct
net/lft lft_types.h: pcap-int.h: No such file or directory
security/dsniff pcaputil.c: '/usr/include/pcap-int.h' file not found
sysutils/pftop sf-gencode.h: pcap-int.h: No such file or directory
sysutils/scprotect scprotect.c: 'sysctl__' undeclared (first use in this
www/cherokee unable to detect data struct is used by crypt_r
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