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(from freebsd)
2024-06-05 07:20.04 ---> using "77d5fe31836124b4684d554707425c4fde23f9ef3df0a804431a47419573778d" from cache

/: (user (uid 1000) (gid 1000))


/: (env OPAMUTF8 never)

/: (env OPAMEXTERNALSOLVER builtin-0install)

/: (env OPAMCRITERIA +removed)

/: (run (shell "sudo ln -f /usr/local/bin/opam-dev /usr/local/bin/opam"))
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/: (run (network host)
        (shell "rm -rf ~/opam-repository && git clone -q 'https://github.com/ocaml/opam-repository' ~/opam-repository && git -C ~/opam-repository checkout -q 5979d639be2999663a41c1d1b8a73ce3036dcb41"))
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/: (run (shell "rm -rf ~/.opam && opam init -ya --bare ~/opam-repository"))
No configuration file found, using built-in defaults.
Checking for available remotes: rsync and local, git.
  - you won't be able to use mercurial repositories unless you install the hg command on your system.
  - you won't be able to use darcs repositories unless you install the darcs command on your system.

<><> Fetching repository information ><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
[default] Initialised

User configuration:
  ~/.profile is already up-to-date.
[NOTE] Make sure that ~/.profile is well sourced in your ~/.bashrc.

2024-06-05 07:20.05 ---> using "b4bc54507f76941ccbefe785580d5364ddec85b9b50664d9209890a6feda03ee" from cache

/: (run (cache (opam-archives (target /home/opam/.opam/download-cache)))
        (network host)
        (shell "opam switch create --repositories=default '5.2.0' 'ocaml-base-compiler.5.2.0'"))

<><> Installing new switch packages <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
Switch invariant: ["ocaml-base-compiler" {= "5.2.0"}]

<><> Processing actions <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
-> retrieved ocaml-config.3  (cached)
-> installed base-bigarray.base
-> installed base-threads.base
-> installed base-unix.base
-> installed ocaml-options-vanilla.1
-> retrieved ocaml-base-compiler.5.2.0  (cached)
-> installed ocaml-base-compiler.5.2.0
-> installed ocaml-config.3
-> installed ocaml.5.2.0
-> installed base-domains.base
-> installed base-nnp.base
# Run eval $(opam env --switch=5.2.0) to update the current shell environment
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/: (run (network host)
        (shell "opam update --depexts"))
[WARNING] Unknown update command for bsd, skipping system update
2024-06-05 07:20.05 ---> using "d11c66cc007f54fb139f975b62e5f709f5927236d163ade2e27c610e96e2b8be" from cache

/: (run (cache (opam-archives (target /home/opam/.opam/download-cache)))
        (network host)
        (shell  "\
               \nopam remove -y \"conf-liblzma.1\"\
               \nopam install -vy \"conf-liblzma.1\"\
               \nif [ $res = 31 ]; then\
               \n    if opam show -f x-ci-accept-failures: \"conf-liblzma.1\" | grep -q '\"freebsd\"'; then\
               \n        echo \"This package failed and has been disabled for CI using the 'x-ci-accept-failures' field.\"\
               \n        exit 69\
               \n    fi\
               \nexit $res\
[NOTE] conf-liblzma.1 is not installed.

Nothing to do.
The following actions will be performed:
=== install 2 packages
  - install conf-liblzma    1
  - install conf-pkg-config 3 [required by conf-liblzma]

<><> Processing actions <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
Processing  3/6: [conf-pkg-config: pkg-config]
+ /usr/local/bin/pkg-config "--help" (CWD=/home/opam/.opam/5.2.0/.opam-switch/build/conf-pkg-config.3)
- usage: pkgconf [OPTIONS] [LIBRARIES]
- basic options:
-   --help                            this message
-   --about                           print pkgconf version and license to stdout
-   --version                         print supported pkg-config version to stdout
-   --verbose                         print additional information
-   --atleast-pkgconfig-version       check whether or not pkgconf is compatible
-                                     with a specified pkg-config version
-   --errors-to-stdout                print all errors on stdout instead of stderr
-   --print-errors                    ensure all errors are printed
-   --short-errors                    be less verbose about some errors
-   --silence-errors                  explicitly be silent about errors
-   --list-all                        list all known packages
-   --list-package-names              list all known package names
-   --simulate                        simulate walking the calculated dependency graph
-   --no-cache                        do not cache already seen packages when
-                                     walking the dependency graph
-   --log-file=filename               write an audit log to a specified file
-   --with-path=path                  adds a directory to the search path
-   --define-prefix                   override the prefix variable with one that is guessed based on
-                                     the location of the .pc file
-   --dont-define-prefix              do not override the prefix variable under any circumstances
-   --prefix-variable=varname         sets the name of the variable that pkgconf considers
-                                     to be the package prefix
-   --relocate=path                   relocates a path and exits (mostly for testsuite)
-   --dont-relocate-paths             disables path relocation support
- cross-compilation personality support:
-   --personality=triplet|filename    sets the personality to 'triplet' or a file named 'filename'
-   --dump-personality                dumps details concerning selected personality
- checking specific pkg-config database entries:
-   --atleast-version                 require a specific version of a module
-   --exact-version                   require an exact version of a module
-   --max-version                     require a maximum version of a module
-   --exists                          check whether or not a module exists
-   --uninstalled                     check whether or not an uninstalled module will be used
-   --no-uninstalled                  never use uninstalled modules when satisfying dependencies
-   --no-provides                     do not use 'provides' rules to resolve dependencies
-   --maximum-traverse-depth          maximum allowed depth for dependency graph
-   --static                          be more aggressive when computing dependency graph
-                                     (for static linking)
-   --shared                          use a simplified dependency graph (usually default)
-   --pure                            optimize a static dependency graph as if it were a normal
-                                     dependency graph
-   --env-only                        look only for package entries in PKG_CONFIG_PATH
-   --ignore-conflicts                ignore 'conflicts' rules in modules
-   --validate                        validate specific .pc files for correctness
- querying specific pkg-config database fields:
-   --define-variable=varname=value   define variable 'varname' as 'value'
-   --variable=varname                print specified variable entry to stdout
-   --cflags                          print required CFLAGS to stdout
-   --cflags-only-I                   print required include-dir CFLAGS to stdout
-   --cflags-only-other               print required non-include-dir CFLAGS to stdout
-   --libs                            print required linker flags to stdout
-   --libs-only-L                     print required LDPATH linker flags to stdout
-   --libs-only-l                     print required LIBNAME linker flags to stdout
-   --libs-only-other                 print required other linker flags to stdout
-   --print-requires                  print required dependency frameworks to stdout
-   --print-requires-private          print required dependency frameworks for static
-                                     linking to stdout
-   --print-provides                  print provided dependencies to stdout
-   --print-variables                 print all known variables in module to stdout
-   --digraph                         print entire dependency graph in graphviz 'dot' format
-   --solution                        print dependency graph solution in a simple format
-   --keep-system-cflags              keep -I/usr/include entries in cflags output
-   --keep-system-libs                keep -L/usr/lib entries in libs output
-   --path                            show the exact filenames for any matching .pc files
-   --modversion                      print the specified module's version to stdout
-   --internal-cflags                 do not filter 'internal' cflags from output
-   --license                         print the specified module's license to stdout if known
- filtering output:
-   --msvc-syntax                     print translatable fragments in MSVC syntax
-   --fragment-filter=types           filter output fragments to the specified types
- report bugs to <https://github.com/pkgconf/pkgconf/issues/new>.
-> compiled  conf-pkg-config.3
-> installed conf-pkg-config.3
Processing  5/6: [conf-liblzma: pkg-config liblzma]
+ /usr/local/bin/pkg-config "--print-errors" "--exists" "liblzma" (CWD=/home/opam/.opam/5.2.0/.opam-switch/build/conf-liblzma.1)
-> compiled  conf-liblzma.1
-> installed conf-liblzma.1
2024-06-05 07:20.25 ---> saved as "badfbd7fd404f046e7b0fc18789766c4fcf6b2173359146790bc9a03c79ef502"
Job succeeded