ports/104101: multimedia/audacious 1.1.2 doesn't compile.

Roland Smith rsmith at xs4all.nl
Sun Oct 8 07:53:28 UTC 2006

On Sun, Oct 08, 2006 at 06:27:51AM +0000, Sam Lawrance wrote:
> Synopsis: multimedia/audacious 1.1.2 doesn't compile.
> State-Changed-From-To: feedback->feedback 
> State-Changed-By: lawrance
> State-Changed-When: Sun Oct 8 06:22:34 UTC 2006
> State-Changed-Why: 
> Roland,
> Build logs on pointyhat.freebsd.org show no failure on 6.x-amd64.
> Can you please verify that your ports collection is completely up-to-date,
> and that your installed ports are also up-to-date?

I used portsnap to update my ports collection yesterday. And I used
portmaster to rebuild a lot of outdated ports. 

Here are the dependencies that are installed for
audacious-esound-1.0.0 (the version that works for me):

Dependency: libdrm-2.0.2
Dependency: expat-2.0.0_1
Dependency: xorg-fonts-encodings-6.9.0_1
Dependency: xmlcatmgr-2.2
Dependency: jpeg-6b_4
Dependency: libiconv-1.9.2_2
Dependency: python-2.4.3
Dependency: png-1.2.12_1
Dependency: pkg-config-0.21
Dependency: perl-5.8.8
Dependency: freetype2-2.1.10_5
Dependency: gettext-0.14.5_2
Dependency: libogg-1.1.3,3
Dependency: libxml2-2.6.26
Dependency: libsidplay-1.36.59
Dependency: libvorbis-1.1.2,3
Dependency: fontconfig-2.3.2_5,1
Dependency: flac-1.1.2_1
Dependency: libmusicbrainz-2.1.4
Dependency: xorg-libraries-6.9.0
Dependency: libaudiofile-0.2.6
Dependency: bitstream-vera-1.10_2
Dependency: tiff-3.8.2
Dependency: glib-2.10.3
Dependency: shared-mime-info-0.19
Dependency: atk-1.11.4_1
Dependency: xorg-fonts-truetype-6.9.0
Dependency: libXft-2.1.7_1
Dependency: libsndfile-1.0.17
Dependency: hicolor-icon-theme-0.5
Dependency: esound-0.2.36_1
Dependency: curl-7.15.5
Dependency: pango-1.12.4
Dependency: gtk-2.8.20
Dependency: libglade2-2.6.0

After placing this list of packages in a file, and stripping off
'Dependency: ', I ran the following command to check if all packages are
up to date; for p in `cat deps`; do pkg_version -s $p; done

expat                               =
xorg-fonts-encodings                =
xmlcatmgr                           =
jpeg                                =
libiconv                            =
python                              =
png                                 =
pkg-config                          =
perl                                =
freetype2                           =
gettext                             =
libogg                              =
libxml2                             =
libsidplay                          =
libvorbis                           =
fontconfig                          =
flac                                =
libmusicbrainz                      =
xorg-libraries                      =
libaudiofile                        =
bitstream-vera                      =
tiff                                =
cairo                               =
glib                                =
shared-mime-info                    =
atk                                 =
xorg-fonts-truetype                 =
libXft                              =
libsndfile                          =
hicolor-icon-theme                  =
esound                              =
curl                                =
pango                               =
gtk                                 =
libglade2                           =

So all the dependencies are up to date.
> If they are OK, it's likely something in your environment is causing the
> build to fail, and we'll need to collect more information.  It might be
> worthwhile checking to see if anything suspicous resides in /etc/make.conf. 

Here it is:
-------------------- make.conf for slackbox --------------------
# /etc/make.conf
# Time-stamp: <2006-05-25 21:33:13 rsmith>

# Build configuration

# For ports.

# Compiler flags
# Use standard settings.

# Kernel configuration

# Documentation languages

# added by use.perl 2006-05-10 18:26:02
-------------------- make.conf for slackbox --------------------
Nothing harmfull in here, AFAICT.

Could it be a compiler problem? When building audacious-1.1.2, cc 3.4.6
complains about a structure that is initialized with too many
variables. But according to the structure definition there aren't too
many. And if I comment out the last initializer, it does compile. But
then the build fails somewhere else.

R.F.Smith                                   http://www.xs4all.nl/~rsmith/
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