sysutils/libcdio provides no cdio_paranoia.0 for ports/devel/gvfs

Tılman Linneweh arved at FreeBSD.org
Mon Nov 16 10:07:26 UTC 2009


Hello Julian!

(CC: devel/gvfs maintainer added)

Thanks for reporting this issue. 

On Nov 15, 2009, at 22:51 , Julian H. Stacey wrote:
> int would be welcome please with sysutils/libcdio, Paranoia stuff seems
> broken, but I'm not clear what's intended, hence mail rather than a send-pr.
> 
> 	===>   gvfs-1.2.1 depends on shared library: cdio_paranoia.0 - not found
> 	===>    Verifying install for cdio_paranoia.0 in \
> 		/usr/ports/sysutils/libcdio
> 	===>   Returning to build of gvfs-1.2.1
> 	Error: shared library "cdio_paranoia.0" does not exist
> /usr/ports/devel/gvfs ; make
> 	===>   gvfs-1.2.1 depends on shared library: cdio_paranoia.0 - not found
> 	===>    Verifying install for cdio_paranoia.0 in \
> 		/usr/ports/sysutils/libcdio
> 	===>   Returning to build of gvfs-1.2.1
> 	Error: shared library "cdio_paranoia.0" does not exist

There are two easy possible solutions.
a) make gvfs depend on libcdio.so instead of the non-default cdio_paranoia.0 library
b) Change libcdio to install cdio_paranoia.0 by default. 

Question to gnome@ - Does gvfs really need the cdio_paranoia library, or is this just a bug
in the port Makefile and it is ok with the libcdio library?

regards
arved


More information about the freebsd-ports mailing list