lib name on LIB_DEPENDS

Lucas Saliés Brum sistematico at gmail.com
Tue Oct 30 14:07:28 UTC 2012


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Em 30/10/2012 10:43, Chris Rees escreveu:
> On 30 October 2012 13:40, Lucas Saliés Brum <sistematico at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Em 30/10/2012 10:34, Ruslan Mahmatkhanov escreveu:
>>> Lucas Saliés Brum wrote on 30.10.2012 17:25:
>>>> Em 28/10/2012 15:31, Chris Rees escreveu:
>>>>> Yes, you installed py-feedparser with a different PREFIX somehow :)
>>>>>
>>>>> Use pkg_delete -fx py27-feedparser
>>>>>
>>>>> Once you've done that, you should be able to make your test port
>>>>> without problems.
>>>>>
>>>>> Chris
>>>>
>>>> http://paste.sistematico.org/19
>>>> How to fix this?
>>>>
>>>> Thank you all.
>>>
>>> It complains because py-feedparser is not a shared library. It should
>>> be removed from LIB_DEPENDS and added to BUILD and/or RUN_DEPENDS
>>> instead.
>>>
>>
>> In some "strange way" it worked!! hahaha
>> Thank you all!
>> Really!
>>
>> But now:
>> [lucas at jazz ~]:$ cgmailservice
>> cgmailservice: Command not found.
>>
>
> Did you install it afterwards?
>
> You're running csh, so you should also run "rehash".
>
> (By the way, csh traditionally uses % for a prompt so you don't
> confuse people who look at the $ and think sh/bash!)
>
> Chris

[lucas at jazz ~]:$ rehash
[lucas at jazz ~]:$ cgmailservice
cgmailservice: Command not found.
[lucas at jazz ~]:$

Open another instance of terminal not resolved.

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