amd64/157151: after perl upgrade; webkit-gtk2 compile error

Colin Faber cfaber at
Wed May 18 16:30:20 UTC 2011

The following reply was made to PR amd64/157151; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: Colin Faber <cfaber at>
To: Hasan Alp iNAN <hasanalpinan at>
Cc: freebsd-gnats-submit at
Subject: Re: amd64/157151: after perl upgrade; webkit-gtk2 compile error
Date: Wed, 18 May 2011 10:07:43 -0600

 Hi Hasan,
 It appears that your 5.14 build didn't include 5.12 and earlier 
 `INC'lude paths. If you upgraded perl from ports then the maintainer 
 should be notified. If you built this your self, make sure to allow it 
 to use past include paths.
 A quick fix here is to simply install the Switch module with bsdpan or cpan.
 On 05/18/2011 09:39 AM, Hasan Alp iNAN wrote:
 > Build configuration:
 >   Enable debugging (slow)                                  : no
 >   Enable GCC build optimization                            : yes
 >   Code coverage support                                    : no
 >   Unicode backend                                          : icu
 >   Font backend                                             : freetype
 >   Optimized memory allocator                               : yes
 > Features:
 >   3D Transforms                                            : no
 >   Blob.slice support                                       : no
 >   Fast Mobile Scrolling                                    : no
 >   JIT compilation                                          : yes
 >   Filters support                                          : yes
 >   Geolocation support                                      : no
 >   JavaScript debugger/profiler support                     : yes
 >   MathML support                                           : no
 >   HTML5 offline web applications support                   : yes
 >   HTML5 channel messaging support                          : yes
 >   HTML5 client-side session and persistent storage support : yes
 >   HTML5 client-side database storage support               : yes

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