Factors determining binary archivability
jasonliu at umich.edu
Tue Sep 8 19:08:47 UTC 2020
At this point, it looks like the vast majority of builds for Blender have
either succeeded or failed, according to the status at
https://ports.macports.org/port/blender/builds. Digging through the logs of
the builders, I encountered this message in the "gather-archives" step:
"blender" is not distributable because its license "gpl" conflicts with
> license "OpenSSL" of dependency "openssl"
Does this mean that the Blender port is yet another victim of The Curse of
the OpenSSL License? Is there any way around this?
On Mon, Sep 7, 2020 at 9:35 PM Jason Liu <jasonliu at umich.edu> wrote:
> Good point. It had slipped my mind to take a look at the buildbot
> waterfall view... thanks for the reminder.
> Jason Liu
> On Mon, Sep 7, 2020 at 2:55 AM Ryan Schmidt <ryandesign at macports.org>
>> On Sep 7, 2020, at 01:09, Jason Liu wrote:
>> > It's a relief to see that the 10.15 and 10.12 builds completed
>> successfully on the buildbot server. I'm not really surprised by the
>> failures for the 10.9 and older builders... Blender's code isn't really
>> supposed to be compatible with such old versions of macOS anymore. Not
>> really sure whether the 10.14, 10.13, 10.11, etc. builders are normally
>> supposed to be greyed out like that.
>> Grayed out means no info available (yet). In this case, libffi was
>> updated to 3.3 yesterday and eighty-something ports that depend on libffi,
>> including all versions of llvm and a few versions of clang, had to rebuilt,
>> which took a very long time an delayed subsequent builds, such as that of
>> blender. The web page will be updated with the status of the blender builds
>> some time after they are done. If you are interested, you can monitor the
>> buildbot's progress at https://build.macports.org/waterfall
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