Adventures in ports, chapter 346785

George Mitchell george+freebsd at
Wed Mar 5 11:16:23 UTC 2014

On 03/05/14 03:30, René Ladan wrote:
> On 03/05/2014 01:45, George Mitchell wrote:
>> On 03/04/14 13:28, René Ladan wrote:
>>> 2014-03-04 12:29 GMT+01:00 George Mitchell <george+freebsd at
>>> <mailto:george+freebsd at>>:
>>>      Couldn't compile chromium without attached patch on FreeBSD 8.4.
>>> I committed a slightly different version of your patch in r347055, can
>>> you retry?
>>> René
>> Thanks for your help, but this doesn't seem to fix the compile errors
>> in content/browser/,
>> testing/perf/, or ui/gfx/codec/ that were
>> caused by the absence or misordering of stdio.h.           -- George
> Hmm, I did add the patch for
> content/browser/ as a conditional
> patch when using GCC (i.e. in files/extra-patch-gcc).

You are right, I didn't get the FILE error in that file.  Sorry for
typing my reply too quickly.

> I indeed forgot to add the other two patches which I added to
> files/extra-patch-gcc too (having to place stdio.h before <thisfile>.h
> looks fishy, but that's another story).
>>From what I see on my virtual 8.4 box, chromium should choose GCC 4.7+
> as compiler (and clang on 10.0).
> To be really sure, what is the output of 'make -V CHOSEN_COMPILER_TYPE'
> on your box?
> René
> uname -a
FreeBSD 8.4-STABLE FreeBSD 8.4-STABLE #0 r254883: Sun 
Aug 25 15:52:19 EDT 2013 
george at  amd64 make -V CHOSEN_COMPILER_TYPE cat /etc/src.conf
cat: /etc/src.conf: No such file or directory cat /etc/make.conf

-- George

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