games/traindirector: Help reproduce problem on AMD
mad at madpilot.net
Fri Nov 21 14:46:17 PST 2008
Wesley Shields wrote:
>>> I checked the plist, which states the file QAT can't find should be
>>> I went on to install FreeBSD-amd64 on a spare PC at work and tried
>>> compiling the port and it works like a charm. I can't really reproduce
>>> the problem.
>>> How should I proceed? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
>>> I don't want to blame it on QAT, but if I can't test the problem I
>>> really don't know how to fix it.
>> I'll test it again on an other amd tinderbox. Please allow me until
>> tomorrow for that.
> I tested this on an AMD64 tinderbox of my own and I duplicated the same
> failure seen by the QAT. Are you building everything with the same
> flags as used by QAT? The three important ones that I know QAT uses
> I don't see how these could have an impact on your testing but I'm just
> throwing it out there.
Unluckily, as I said, the only amd64 machine I could find is at work, so
I can't do much testing till Monday.
I'm puzzled because QAT tells me it can't find -lwx_gtk2u_adv-2.8, but
the file should be there. Could you please check if you have such a
library under /usr/local/lib? I can't see how the port could find it
sometimes and fail some others...
My port looks like doing it's best to find it, but sometimes it appears
not to be there. Tinderboxes use packages for dependencies, maybe some
problem with wxgtk2.8 pkg?
The test machine I build is a very clean one, a clean install with just
ntpd and xorg running, then I installed wxgtk and traindirector. I'll
try those flags, but I really can't see how they can affect it.
I'm also just throwing ideas, because I really can't get to this error...
Guido Falsi <mad at madpilot.net>
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