pdftk compiling problems on FreeBSD

=?big5?q?Patrick=20Dung?= patrick_dkt at yahoo.com.hk
Thu Mar 18 08:52:18 PST 2004

Good news!!
It can compile cleanly, like self compiling in /usr/local/src.
It works like charm.
I have used part of your new code. Thank you.
And I added @ inside the post-patch section.
I need sometime to do more work:
Test dependency.
Write the list for package installation.
Other cleanup.
Testing... (fetch, builid, install and deinstall)
To Sid Steward:
I think there is no need to change gcj/gcjh to marco in every Makefile. (Also save your time.) We can do it in the ports (power of the ports system).

Oliver Eikemeier <eikemeier at fillmore-labs.com> wrote:
Patrick Dung wrote:

> Thank you for helping.
> I am trying your solution.
> But the directory structure is like this:
> # ls -l
> total 26
> drwxr-xr-x 2 root wheel 512 Mar 8 09:04 debian
> drwxr-xr-x 5 root wheel 512 Mar 18 18:03 itext-1.1
> drwxr-xr-x 2 root wheel 512 Mar 18 18:03 pdftk
> -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 8404 Mar 8 09:05 pdftk.1.manpage.txt
> The problem Makefile is in itext-1.1.
> The post-patch doesn't seem to run recursively inside the itext-1.1.

Debug the stuff, I haven't tried it. Try

${FIND} ${WRKSRC} -type f -name Makefile
${FIND} ${WRKSRC} -type f -name Makefile | \
${XARGS} ${REINPLACE_CMD} -Ee "s/[[:<:]]g\+\+/g\1${CXX}/g" \
-e "s/[[:<:]]gc(c|jh?)[[:>:]]/gc\1${CC:S/^gcc//}/g" \;

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