jhell jhell at
Sun Feb 14 20:36:47 UTC 2010

On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 21:47, rfarmer@ wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 13, 2010 at 12:08 AM, b. f. <bf1783 at> wrote:
>>> In there is:
>>> .   if ${_USE_GCC} != 3.4
>>> CFLAGS+=                -Wl,-rpath=${PREFIX}/lib/${_GCC_BUILD_DEPENDS}
>>> LDFLAGS+=               -Wl,-rpath=${PREFIX}/lib/${_GCC_BUILD_DEPENDS}
>>> .   endif
>>> However, I think this should be ${LOCALBASE} instead of ${PREFIX}.
>> I agree with you, and I meant to mention this to gerald@ earlier, but
>> I forgot.  The Ports system is not now well-equipped to deal with
>> LOCALBASE != PREFIX for a lot of software, and most people don't do
>> this, so the impact is limited, but it does break some test builds and
>> utilities, as you have seen.
> Yeah, I realize this is kind of an unusual situation and I understand
> that with the ports freeze coming up that now is not a good time to be
> making these kind of changes, but just thought I would mention it
> since I came across it.

Could this possibly be the cause of the samba3* and cups ports getting 
profiling enabled on them ? possibly others ?

If so I would think this should be important enough to fix before.

Inquisitive question.



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