Retroshare 5.5a broken.
peter at netkey.at
Fri Feb 7 17:05:11 UTC 2014
Yes I know, curently the port is broken under 10 without gcc from the ports.
I have some unfinished patches to compile with clang, which will be
pushed upstream (probably).
Please be aware that RetroShare is under heavy delevopment at the moment,
there is a 0.5.5c out and the new 0.6 branch and the old 0.5.5 branch are being
I managed to compile and run RetroShare 0.5.5c under FreeBSD (9.2)
but unfortunately all the icons and graphics wouldn't be displayed/shown.
So there're a white, iconless stable version, some clang patches for that and
an upcoming dev version to be released soon
To add to all of that, I wont be able to submit a patch for the next 5 weeks
due to personal reasons.
Maybe 0.6 will be out than. And QT5 in the ports.
A quick patch would be to add
somewhere on the top of the Makefile, which should install gcc as a dependency.
Am 31.01.2014 um 01:02 schrieb Richard Dyson <richard.dyson0 at gmail.com>:
> Hello Peter,
> Seems the port of Retroshare 5.5a for FreeBSD is broken. Won't compile, tells me "exec gcc file not found", probably has something to do with GCC being removed from base.
> Just thought I'd let you know. :)
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