seamonkey port compiling error
dim at FreeBSD.org
Sun Feb 26 19:06:12 UTC 2017
On 26 Feb 2017, at 19:55, Erdos New via freebsd-ports <freebsd-ports at freebsd.org> wrote:
> i tried to install 'seamonkey' to my freebsd10.1 32-bit system. however, encountered errors:
> root at oblivion:/usr/ports/www/seamonkey # make install
> install seamonky:
> llvm: Compiling IndexBody.cpp for Release build (PIC)
> llvm: Compiling IndexDecl.cpp for Release build (PIC)
> llvm: Compiling IndexTypeSourceInfo.cpp for Release build (PIC)
> llvm: Compiling Indexing.cpp for Release build (PIC)
> llvm: Compiling IndexingContext.cpp for Release build (PIC)
> llvm: Linking Release Shared Library libclang.so
> llvm: Building Release Archive Library libclang.a
> gmake: Leaving directory '/usr/ports/lang/clang36/work/llvm-3.6.2.src/tools/clang/tools/libclang'
> gmake: Entering directory '/usr/ports/lang/clang36/work/llvm-3.6.2.src/tools/clang/tools/c-index-test'
> llvm: Compiling c-index-test.c for Release build
> llvm: Linking Release executable c-index-test (without symbols)
> /usr/ports/lang/clang36/work/llvm-3.6.2.src/Release/lib/libLLVM-3.6.so: undefined reference to `futimens at FBSD_1.4'
Most likely, you installed a binary package for devel/llvm36. Binary
packages are now built on FreeBSD 10.3, the most recent supported
version for ports, and this version has introduced a new syscall which
your system does not have.
The simplest solution is probably to delete the llvm36 port, and rebuild
it on your 10.1 system. Then try to rebuild the Seamonkey port and its
dependent ports again.
Though it would be easiest if you upgraded the system to 10.3. :)
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