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Old 5th November 2017
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Default Inkscape not in snapshots/packages/amd64

Hello everyone,

I'm trying to install pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/packages/amd64/inkscape-0.92.2.tgz.

It seems to have disappeared from snapshots/packages/amd64/.

This package is still in:
* snapshots/packages/mips64el (inkscape-0.92.1p0.tgz, 15-Sep-2017)
* snapshots/packages/i386 (inkscape-0.92.2p0.tgz, 02-Nov-2017)
* 6.2/packages/amd64/ (inkscape-0.92.2.tgz, 03-Oct-2017)


A Google search for openbsd snapshots inkscape returns the following result:
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Index of /pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/packages/amd64/

https://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/...ackages/amd64/
Index of /pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/packages/amd64/ ...... 07:51 4327
iniparser-3.1p1.tgz 28-Oct-2017 07:51 17153 inkscape-0.92.2p0.tgz 28-Oct-2017 07:51 ...
So this package was still in the mirror last week.


I also checked:
* the ports browser
* the cvsweb
* the ports mailing list

It looks like inkscape is still being actively maintained.


Does anybody here know what happened with this package?

Last edited by gustaf; 5th November 2017 at 05:25 AM. Reason: Revised BB code tags
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A related thread (Current Missing some amd64 Packages) just showed up at the bottom of this page, under 'Similar Threads'.

I'll try waiting for a few days to see if the package re-appears.

Thanks shep.

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I've been running -current for a few years now and updating from snapshots almost every day and this does happen from time to time with the occasional package, just waiting a bit always solves things.

If you're in a hurry you could build it from the ports tree instead.
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It usually means that there was a failure to build one of the ports in the web of build dependencies. -current is constantly changing, and sometimes there are downstream effects.
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To underline what jggimi says, there is a thread on FreeBSD's forum about this port not compiling: https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/63095/
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I'm not sure the FreeBSD issue is relevant.
There was just a ports hackathon and there were some major library bumps. Things will settle in the next few days, if they haven't already.
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Inkscape is back in the mirror, installed, and working.

As usual with -current, waiting for some number of days did indeed solve the problem.

Cheers and thanks for the additional info.
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