kBuild and opera will not install in 10.0: lang/gcc46 conflicts with lang/gcc
decke at bluelife.at
Mon Dec 23 07:36:42 UTC 2013
Am 22.12.2013 21:57 schrieb "Dirk Meyer" <dirk.meyer at dinoex.sub.org>:
> Bernhard Fröhlich schrieb:,
> > Am 22.12.2013 12:13 schrieb "Jos=E9 Garc=EDa Juanino" <
jjuanino at gmail.com>:
> > > I have running a recent FreeBSD 10.0-RC2, and I get the following
> > scenario:
> > >
> > > www/opera depends on lang/gcc46
> > > devel/kBuild depends on lang/gcc
> > >
> > > But both gcc46 and gcc are incompatible, so I cannot install opera and
> > > kBuild. However, lang/gcc and lang/gcc46 install the same versi=F3n
> > ler
> > > 4.6.4. Any idea to fix this conflict? I am using pkgng to install the
> > > ports.
> > kBuild is using USE_GCC=3Dyes which uses lang/gcc right now in version
> > Opera has a strict dependency on on FreeBSD 10 for gcc4.6 because of
> > libstdc++.so.6.
> In C++ you can not reuse your libraries without recompilation.
> This breaks the goal of object oriented design as stated in several books.
Why does opera work fine with libstdc++ from gcc 4.2 then?
> Opera has an option to pick your poison.
> you can set COMPAT9, which does conflict with virtualbox.
No it does not conflict anymore. That has been fixed already.
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