gnome-vfs does not compile.
gregorynou at altern.org
Wed May 25 12:51:26 PDT 2005
Tony Shadwick wrote:
> Few really quick questions here:
> 1. When was the last time you cvsup'd your ports tree?
> 2. Have you checked to make sure the rest of your ports are current?
> If 1. is recently, and 2. is yes, then I'd make clean on it and try to
> use portinstall gnome-vfs and see what happens. If you answered
> "never", or "quite a while ago" to the first one, I strongly suggest
> cvsup'ing your ports first, then make sure your other ports are
> current before attempting to proceed, then try portinstall gnome-vfs.
> On Tue, 17 May 2005, Gregory Nou wrote:
>> When I try to compile gnome-vfs-2.10.1, I get this :
>> libtool15: link: CURRENT `1000' is not a nonnegative integer
>> libtool15: link: `1000:1:1000' is not valid version information
>> gmake: *** [libgnomevfs-2.la] Erreur 1
>> That's quite surprising. Why does it say 1000 is not a nonnegative
>> integer ???
>> Does anyone knows how I could fix this ?
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That's right, I just needed to cvsup and portupgrade everything and now,
that works just fine :)
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