help from a ports committer needed
brandt at fokus.fraunhofer.de
Mon Jan 5 06:06:56 PST 2004
On Fri, 2 Jan 2004, Pete Fritchman wrote:
PF>* Fri, 02 Jan 2004 16:33:10 +0100 - Harti Brandt:
PF>| I have attached what, I think, constitutes a minimal port infrastructure.
PF>| Unfortunately the port makefile fails, while the package builds just fine
PF>| standalone (just do a configure; make). This seems due to the arguments
PF>| which are passed to the configure script. Perhaps something is missing in
PF>| the Makefile.
PF>Ok. You'll need a distinfo, too, which you can generate with "make makesum".
PF>I think these modifications would be good (helps the port pass portlint
PF>However, I still can't compile this on a 4.x machine:
PF>cc1: Invalid option `-Wsystem-headers'
PF>cc1: unknown C standard `c99'
PF>ats_exp.c:41: syntax error before `expr'
PF>cc1: warnings being treated as errors
PF>[...] (full log on request)
Well, it cannot compile on 4.x because the ATM stuff it tests is only
in Current. Is there a way to stop this from beeing compiled on 4.x?
Is sysutils the correct category for this? There seems to be no
category for tests. How do I add this port (when the freeze lifts)?
Thanks for your help,
brandt at fokus.fraunhofer.de, harti at freebsd.org
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