3 Replies to “Tools for building DragonFly”

  1. It’ s not the packages needed to build a release, it’s the packages that _we ship with a release_.

    bind-tools isn’t needed at all to build a release (you added it, remember?), but it’s convenient to have because it might be useful when setting up the network to get into a state where you can install additional packages.

  2. OK if it is meant like “nrelease will fail when one of these fails”, then you are correct. :)

  3. nrelease == release for me, cause that’s the form it takes for me most often. I didn’t mean to imply we had that dependency just to do a buildworld/buildkernel cycle, though it certainly could be read that way; my bad.

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