Stephen John Smoogen wrote:
On Wed, 8 Jan 2020 at 16:13, Stephen John Smoogen
> On Wed, 8 Jan 2020 at 16:07, Stephen John Smoogen <smooge(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, 8 Jan 2020 at 15:53, Dmitry Butskoy <buc(a)buc.me> wrote:
>>> Considering how Firefox is built, I see it uses:
>>> I try to build new SeaMonkey-2.53 (formerly Mozilla, Netscape), it has
>>> code based on Firefox and requires the same toolsets under EPEL7.
>>> Unfortunately, it seems EPEL7 build has no "rust-toolset-1.35" and
>>> Even worse is that "rust-toolset-1.35" is not provided by
>>> CentOS repo, and seems to be available to RHEL subscribers only...
>>> Are there any chances in the near future that:
>>> 1) More (or all) toolsets will be allowed for EPEL builds;
>>> 2) EPEL builds will use "official" packages from the correspond
>> So we have access to the /rhel-7-rhscl-for-x86_64-server-rpms channel
>> which does have devtoolset-8 in it. It does not seem to have the
>> rust-toolset or llvm-toolset and I don't see any channel we have
>> access to which does. As such we are stuck at the moment :(.
> OK I have found the channel which has these:
> rhel-7-server-devtools-rpms which is different from the one we were
> using before. I will see if we can get this sync'd in the next 48
OK we are now syncing to rhel-7-server-devtools-rpms and those have
the needed rust-toolset, llvm-toolset and other tools which someone
needing to rebuild chromium or seamonkey. Please test and let me know
what you run into.
Seems nothing changed yet,
DEBUG util.py:596: No matching package to install:
DEBUG util.py:596: No matching package to install: 'rust-toolset-1.35-cargo'
DEBUG util.py:596: No matching package to install: 'llvm-toolset-7.0'
DEBUG util.py:596: No matching package to install: 'llvm-toolset-7.0-llvm-devel'