On Wed, Jul 03, 2019 at 05:17:42PM +0100, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
Two simple patches which make libnbd compile on FreeBSD. Are we OK to copy common/include/byte-swapping.h from nbdkit? There is no license issue that I know of. Should we put it in lib/ or create a common/ directory? The header file is actually also needed by the tests (follow up patch for that) so putting it in common/ might make more sense. Some notes if you want to compile on FreeBSD: - OCaml is too old to run the generator, so you can't easily build from git. Tarball builds should work, or you can copy the generated files across from a Linux machine.
Are you sure? I checked repology.org and it says the FreeBSD Ports have 4.05.0, which I managed to make work by a simple patch some time ago. I'm setting up a FreeBSD machine to try it out.
- Running the tests is difficult because there is no nbdkit package for FreeBSD. With a local build of nbdkit you can play with PATH and PKG_CONFIG_PATH to get the tests to work. Rich. _______________________________________________ Libguestfs mailing list Libguestfs redhat com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/libguestfs
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