Makefile for xemacs

Olof Samuelsson olof at
Mon Apr 12 23:36:38 PDT 2004

The syntax seems incorrect... moving the test for motif to before the 
pre-fetch target
at least fixes the syntax error and hopefully preserves the semantics :-)

diff -r1.78 Makefile
 > .if exists(${X11BASE}/lib/
 > USE_MOTIF=    yes
 > HAVE_MOTIF=   yes
 > .endif
< .endif
< .if exists(${X11BASE}/lib/
< USE_MOTIF=    yes
< HAVE_MOTIF=   yes

Oh .. it was fixed four hours ago in the CVS by edwin, so I guess you 
can just cvsup again.


Hermes Trismegistus wrote:

>Is the syntax correct in your makefile or is it my system? I don't use
>xemacs, and it is not installed on my system but in doing a "make index"
>after running a cvsup I get the following errors:
>"Makefile", line 73: Unassociated shell command "@${ECHO_MSG} """
>"Makefile", line 74: Unassociated shell command "@${ECHO_MSG} "If your
>MOTIF library is actually lesstif, you might occasionally""
>"Makefile", line 75: Unassociated shell command "@${ECHO_MSG} "experience
>locked-up frames.""
>"Makefile", line 76: Unassociated shell command "@${ECHO_MSG} "In this
>case, set the environment variable MOTIF_STATIC and recompile, ""
>"Makefile", line 77: Unassociated shell command "@${ECHO_MSG} "which will
>force the use of athena widgets for dialogs.""
>"Makefile", line 80: Unassociated shell command "@${ECHO_MSG} """
>"Makefile", line 81: Unassociated shell command "@${ECHO_MSG} "Set the
>environment variable WITHOUT_X11 if you ""
>"Makefile", line 82: Unassociated shell command "@${ECHO_MSG} "do not want
>to use X11.""
>make: fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue
>This is your latest makefile:
>$FreeBSD: ports/editors/xemacs/Makefile,v 1.78 2004/04/12 21:47:20
>[root at sherman xemacs]> uname -a
>FreeBSD 5.2-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.2-CURRENT #2: Wed
>Mar 17 22:57:36 CST 2004
>root at  i386
>CFLAGS= -O -pipe
>COPTFLAGS= -O -pipe
>cvsup file:
>*default tag=.
>*default prefix=/usr
>*default base=/usr/local/etc/cvsup
>*default release=cvs
>*default delete use-rel-suffix
>*default compress
>Any suggestions on what I can do to correct this?
>Thank you
>J. Craig Woods
>UNIX/Linux Network/System Administration
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