FreeBSD Port: wine-20050310
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Sun Mar 27 08:28:01 PST 2005
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On 2005-03-27, Jukka A. Ukkonen scribbled these
> It seems wine-20050310 port does not build properly.
> My test system is a 5.4-PRERELEASE, and apparently there should be
> no problem with the system version being too old.
> During make in the ports/emulators/wine directory there is a complaint
> of -lkernel32 not being found, though, and after that the compilation
> gives up.
Do you possibly have POSIXLY_CORRECT defined in your environment? I've
seen this break Wine's build in mysterious ways when I've built it on my
own. I'm not surprised at all that they haven't worked around -- let
alone spotted this.
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