ports/INDEX building broken on 11.0-CURRENT

Don Lewis truckman at FreeBSD.org
Tue May 13 23:04:44 UTC 2014


On 13 May, To: ports at freebsd.org wrote:
> Please excuse the crosspost.  I'm not sure if this is a ports problem or
> a CURRENT problem.
> 
> I just updated my 11.0-CURRENT machine to r265940 and can no longer
> build ports/INDEX-11.  My ports tree is r353903.  I think this problem
> is being caused by the recent changes to /usr/share/mk/*.
> 
> # make index
> Generating INDEX-11 - please wait..--- describe.accessibility ---
> --- describe.arabic ---
> --- describe.archivers ---
> --- describe.astro ---
> --- describe.audio ---
> --- describe.benchmarks ---
> --- describe.biology ---
> --- describe.cad ---
> --- describe.chinese ---
> --- describe.comms ---
> --- describe.converters ---
> --- describe.databases ---
> --- describe.deskutils ---
> --- describe.devel ---
> clang33: not found
> make[5]: "/usr/share/mk/bsd.compiler.mk" line 24: warning: "clang33 --version" returned non-zero status
> make[5]: "/usr/share/mk/bsd.compiler.mk" line 37: Unable to determine compiler type for clang33.  Consider setting COMPILER_TYPE.
> ===> devel/ccons failed
> *** [describe.devel] Error code 1
> 
> make[2]: stopped in /usr/ports
> 1 error
> 
> make[2]: stopped in /usr/ports
> 
> ********************************************************************
> Before reporting this error, verify that you are running a supported
> version of FreeBSD (see http://www.FreeBSD.org/ports/) and that you
> have a complete and up-to-date ports collection.  (INDEX builds are
> not supported with partial or out-of-date ports collections.
> If that is the case, then
> report the failure to ports at FreeBSD.org together with relevant
> details of your ports configuration (including FreeBSD version,
> your architecture, your environment, and your /etc/make.conf
> settings, especially compiler flags and OPTIONS_SET/UNSET settings).
> 
> Note: the latest pre-generated version of INDEX may be fetched
> automatically with "make fetchindex".
> ********************************************************************
> 
> *** Error code 1
> 
> Stop.
> make[1]: stopped in /usr/ports
> *** Error code 1
> 
> Stop.
> make: stopped in /usr/ports
> 
> 
> If I go to the offending port:
> 
> # cd /usr/ports/devel/ccons/
> # make describe
> clang33: not found
> make: "/usr/share/mk/bsd.compiler.mk" line 24: warning: "clang33 --version" returned non-zero status
> make: "/usr/share/mk/bsd.compiler.mk" line 37: Unable to determine compiler type for clang33.  Consider setting COMPILER_TYPE.
> 
> 
> I don't have any problems building the INDEX file on 9.3-PRERELEASE
> r265940.

Various ports were setting CC to the following, which was causing the
bsd.compiler.mk to barf:
	clang32
	clang33
	/usr/bin/gcc
	mingw32-gcc
	gcc

The patch below allowed me to successfully run "make index" and reduced
the error spewage.  It also greatly reduces the need to run
	${CC} --version
in order to set COMPILER_TYPE.

It still seems like a great waste to run
	${CC} --version
for each port to set COMPILER_VERSION since only a handful of ports need
this information.

Then there is this sort of circular dependency in some ports, like this
one in textproc/ibus/Makefile:

.if ${COMPILER_TYPE} == gcc && ${COMPILER_VERSION} < 46
USE_GCC=        yes
.endif

This will cause CC to be redefined, but COMPILER_TYPE and
COMPILER_VERSION will still retain their old values.



Index: share/mk/bsd.compiler.mk
===================================================================
--- share/mk/bsd.compiler.mk	(revision 265940)
+++ share/mk/bsd.compiler.mk	(working copy)
@@ -21,23 +21,28 @@
 .if !target(__<bsd.compiler.mk>__)
 __<bsd.compiler.mk>__:
 
-_v!=	${CC} --version
 .if !defined(COMPILER_TYPE)
-. if ${CC:T:Mgcc*}
+. if ${CC:T:M*gcc*}
 COMPILER_TYPE:=	gcc  
-. elif ${CC:T:Mclang}
+. elif ${CC:T:Mclang*}
 COMPILER_TYPE:=	clang
-. elif ${_v:Mgcc}
+. else
+_v!=	${CC} --version
+.  if ${_v:Mgcc}
 COMPILER_TYPE:=	gcc
-. elif ${_v:M\(GCC\)}
+.  elif ${_v:M\(GCC\)}
 COMPILER_TYPE:=	gcc
-. elif ${_v:Mclang}
+.  elif ${_v:Mclang}
 COMPILER_TYPE:=	clang
-. else
+.  else
 .error Unable to determine compiler type for ${CC}.  Consider setting COMPILER_TYPE.
+.  endif
 . endif
 .endif
 .if !defined(COMPILER_VERSION)
+. if !defined(_v)
+_v!=	${CC} --version || echo 'unknown'
+. endif
 COMPILER_VERSION!=echo ${_v:M[1-9].[0-9]*} | awk -F. '{print $$1 * 10000 + $$2 * 100 + $$3;}'
 .endif
 .undef _v




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