> On Oct 13, 2016, at 20:00, Ryan Schmidt <ryandes...@macports.org> wrote:
> On Oct 13, 2016, at 16:58, Richard L. Hamilton <rlha...@smart.net> wrote:
>> This was a build prerequisite for py27-numpy, so I can't build that either.
>> It failed both with and without +universal (I think I have the latter set as
> For some reason the 10.6 x86_64 builder didn't build it either so we didn't
> have a gcc6-6.2.0_0.darwin_10.x86_64.tbz2 package. It's not easy to find old
> buildbot logs so I don't know if it failed because of the same bootstrap
> failure you saw or for some other reason.
> Josh forced a build now, and it built successfully, so if you clean and try
> again, without the universal variant, you'll get the package from us without
> having to compile it yourself.
That worked, thanks!
I see that a similar situation applied to gcc49 and dpkg, that I couldn't build
them for myself with +universal, but pre-built binaries were available without
it. That might well apply to the other things that aren't building for me too,
except they're libraries, and I already have a bunch of dependencies on them in
place, so that wouldn't be a good idea unless I redid everything without
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