Please test your commits

Stephen Montgomery-Smith stephen at
Tue Feb 14 14:45:13 UTC 2012

On 02/14/12 08:40, b. f. wrote:
>> On 12.02.2012 22:43, Stephen Montgomery-Smith wrote:
>>> On 02/12/2012 03:33 PM, Andriy Gapon wrote:
>>>> on 12/02/2012 23:22 Stephen Montgomery-Smith said the following:
>>>>> On 02/12/2012 03:15 PM, Andriy Gapon wrote:
>>>>>> Today I became another user of  I can definitely
>>>>>> recommend it.
>>>>> Yes, but it is not without its problems.  I tried testing math/sage
>>>>> on
>>>>>  It reported an error building the dependency
>>>>> math/atlas, which
>>>>> built fine on mine and other people's systems.
>>>> But still this is an instance of environment where the port can
>>>> fail, so it
>>>> warrants an investigation and fixing.  Either in the port or in the
>>>> redports
>>>> infrastructure.
>>> Yes, you are correct.  In fact, in the case of math/atlas there is
>>> the following report.  It looks like people are working on it.
>> I think this isn't directly related. The build on redports had status
>> "dud" in
>> math/atlas which means the port has set IGNORE. I have no good way of
>> telling which
>> IGNORE line it is yet but it can only be one of:
>> You have set WITH_ARCHDEF, but have not defined ARCHDEF
>> You must select at least one of WITH_SHARED and WITH_STATIC
>> both sound strange.
> There is nothing strange about them: they just indicate errors arising
> from invalid choices of OPTIONS.  The build is more likely to be
> broken by MANUAL_PACKAGE_BUILD, which uses IGNORE.

That would explain the problems I am having.  I'll quit trying to test 
sage on redports.

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