[00:00:12]  [00:00:00] Finished archivers/rar | rar-5.5.0,3: Ignored: requires 32-bit libraries installed under /usr/lib32
The problem is that this is a build time check and not an install-time check. It was quite possible to build on a system without lib32, and install and use the resulting package on a machine that did have lib32.
The lib32 build-time vs install-time checks are exactly reversed.
In the meantime, I've removed it from the freebsd.org cluster as it's now causing unnecessary build failures.
Some feedback from bapt@:
<bapt> unfortunately we have no solutions for that
<bapt> all we can do is maybe a warning at install time
<bapt> something like in post install: if sysctl
kern.features.compat_freebsd_32bit==1 and /usr/lib32 exist
<bapt> else kern.features.compat_freebsd_32bit==0 your kernel does not
support 32-bit emulation
<bapt> else /usr/lib32/libc.so does not exist, cannot run
<bapt> something like that
<bapt> in the future we could prevent installation, but right now we
<bapt> should not
I think this PR could be closed. danfe@ removed HAVE_COMPAT_IA32_KERN check in r453662. And I changed to upstream amd64/i386 binary since r494093. Please feel free to reopen it if the problem persists.