/usr/ports/fpc-fcl-async ?

Matthew Seaman m.seaman at infracaninophile.co.uk
Sun Jan 4 09:17:09 UTC 2009

There seems to be a free pascal port sitting at the top level in the ports
database hierarchy.  Looks like this port has wandered away from its real

cache-update:1: Updating cached data for /usr/ports/fpc-fcl-async
"Makefile", line 21: Could not find /usr/ports/fpc-fcl-async/../../lang/fpc/Makefile
make: fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue
cache-update: /usr/ports/fpc-fcl-async Error. make: bad exit status -- 256

As CVS says the contents are at least 6 months old, I guess this must
have been some sort of repo copy gone wrong.



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