FreeBSD Port: chromium-13.0.782.112

Patrick Ian pranspach at
Mon Aug 22 21:25:53 UTC 2011


Thank your for the very useful reply! I don't remember seeing that
defines statement anywhere in the documentation. Running gmake
chromedriver seems to work well, up to this:

  CC(target) out/Debug/
cc1: warning: command line option "-Wno-deprecated" is valid for
C++/ObjC++ but not for C
{standard input}: Assembler messages:
{standard input}:5925: Error: no such instruction: `pabsw %mm3,%mm3'
{standard input}:45117: Error: no such instruction: `palignr $4,%xmm7,%xmm6'
gmake: *** [out/Debug/]
Error 1

I found this issue:
GMake should be picking up freebsd/x64/config.h that defines HAVE_LOG2F 0

Have you seen this on FreeBSD since the linked issue?

Thank you again for your help!

On Sat, Aug 20, 2011 at 3:34 PM, George Liaskos <geo.liaskos at> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 2:39 AM, Patrick Ian <pranspach at> wrote:
>> Hey,
>> I would like to use the chromedriver target from the chromium port.
>> However, I do not know how to add that target to my local ports
>> chromium configuration. How do I make the chromedriver target?
>> --
>> -Patrick Ranspach-
> Hello,
> Do a make patch in the port's directory, set GYP_DEFINES*
> and then you can cd into work/chromium-version directory
> and play with gmake target -jx.
> I believe that the makefiles are created automatically if they
> don't exist but if you have problems run the following :
> python ./build/gyp_chromium chrome/chrome.gyp --depth .
> I haven't heard of chromedriver before but please report
> your findings back so we can work on a port option.
> * setenv GYP_DEFINES "use_system_libxml=1 use_system_ffmpeg=0
> use_system_yasm=1 python_ver=2.7 ffmpeg_branding=Chrome use_gconf=1
> use_system_vpx=1 disable_nacl=1 use_ibus=0 linux_use_heapchecker=1
> linux_link_gsettings=1 linux_link_gnome_keyring=1 use_gnome_keyring=1"
> Regards,
> George

-Patrick Ranspach-

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