kurt.lidl at cello.com
Thu Dec 13 18:15:24 UTC 2012
On 12/4/2012 4:10 PM, Felippe de Meirelles Motta wrote:
> This port (p5-CGI) is very old and I not sure because it was
> repocopied to www/p5-CGI-modules. However I reviewed
> CGI-Application-Plugin-DBH port dependencies and maybe we can update
> it according to Makefile, which p5-CGI[-Modules] is not needed
> Could you test this patch and give me a feedback ?
>  - http://cpansearch.perl.org/src/MARKSTOS/CGI-Application-Plugin-DBH-4.00/Makefile.PL
>  - http://people.freebsd.org/~lippe/logs/work/ports_www_p5-CGI-Application-Plugin-DBH.patch
I was finally able to get my test machine installed with the 9.1-RELEASE
image from the ftp server, and then rebuild all my ports on that server.
I was able to use your patched Makefile, and have the
CGI-Application-Plugin-DBH port build and install properly.
So, as far as I'm concerned, this patch is well worth installing into
the ports tree. Thanks! (I'm sorry it took several days before I could
do a complete reinstall of everything and verify that things worked in
a completely 'from scratch' environment.)
> On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 3:38 PM, Kurt Lidl <kurt.lidl at cello.com> wrote:
>> I use this port in my application software.
>> (Along with a bunch of other stuff for perl5.)
>> In preparation for FreeBSD-9.1, I installed the
>> 9.1-RC3 snapshot, and attempted to rebuild all
>> the supporting modules for my application software.
>> I ran into difficulty with this port, or more
>> specifically, this port, its dependencies
>> and its interaction with the new 'pkg' command.
>> I have a script that attempts to install all the
>> ports for the various perl modules that are needed
>> by my application, and this is the only port that
>> failed to install.
>> The dependencies for CGI-Application-Plugin-DBH
>> list "p5-CGI-modules", which conflicts with the
>> regular old "p5-CGI" module, at least as reported
>> by the new 'pkg' command.
>> As far as I can see, the "p5-CGI-modules" port
>> is a subset of the "p5-CGI" module, so if p5-CGI
>> is already installed, then CGI-Application-Plugin-DBH
>> is good to go.
>> Could the dependencies for CGI-Application-Plugin-DBH
>> be changed to be either "p5-CGI-modules" or
>> The particular error that gets punted out by
>> p5-CGI-Modules is this:
>> ===> Compressing manual pages for p5-CGI-modules-2.76^M
>> ===> Registering installation for p5-CGI-modules-2.76 as automatic^M
>> Installing p5-CGI-modules-2.76...pkg: p5-CGI-modules-2.76 conflicts with
>> pm-3.63,1 (installs files into the same place). Problematic file:
>> *** [fake-pkg] Error code 70^M
>> Stop in /usr/ports/www/p5-CGI-modules.^M
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