Binary packages for LibreOffice 3.5 or 3.4
ohartman at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Sun May 6 15:01:30 UTC 2012
On 05/06/12 16:15, Baptiste Daroussin wrote:
> On Sun, May 06, 2012 at 03:52:57PM +0200, Baptiste Daroussin wrote:
>> On Sun, May 06, 2012 at 02:30:40PM +0200, O. Hartmann wrote:
>>> Since LibreOffice 3.5.X can not be build on either FreeBSD
>>> 9-STABLE/amd64 or FreeBSD 10-CURRENT/amd64 (I tried legacy gcc 4.2.1, I
>>> tried clang 3.0 and clang 3.1, I tried gcc 4.6 on three different boxes,
>>> all failing compiling the same way, see
>>> I'd like to ask whether there are sites were binary packages could be
>>> downloaded from and are there any experiences with installing them on
>>> either 9-STABLE or 10-CURRENT?
>>> Thank you very much for the patience,
>>> O. Hartmann
>> LibreOffice fix on current normally (2 days ago)
>> For binary packages I think currently there none
> Precision: do not try to build libreoffice with gcc it is know to be buggy, note
> that if WITH_GCC is defined in you make.conf then building libreoffice will fail
> because there is an "hidden" option WITH_GCC to allow people willing to fix
> build with gcc to do it.
I do not understand. I tried all options. My systems' OSes are usually
build with CLANG. USE_GCC= 4.6+ in cases where CLANG is known to be
buggy or incapable (i.e. due to OpenMP) and setting CC, CXX and CPP for
legacy gcc 4.2.1.
How can it be that LibreOffice is broken with any GCC when CLANG is not
the officiel compiler yet?
I have a portion in /etc/make.conf on all boxes (both CURRENT and
STABLE) looking like this:
It seems, even if set "DISBALE_MAKE_JOBS=YES" globally makes
editors/libreoffice direspect this.
> so first do not forget to remove it if you have it
Sorry, what to remove first? I do not have GCC set in the portion for
> Sorry not being able to be more helpful
Thank you very much anyway.
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