libtool shared

alexus alexus at
Mon Jun 29 04:08:51 UTC 2009

On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 8:30 PM, Charlie Kester<corky1951 at> wrote:
> On Sun 28 Jun 2009 at 16:10:51 PDT Michael Powell wrote:
>> alexus wrote:
>>> On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 1:43 PM, Michael Powell<nightrecon at>
>>> wrote:
>>>> alexus wrote:
>> [snip]
>>> company policy not too use ports, any other suggestions?
>> Change this company policy as it is unproductive. Sounds like something
>> implemented by those lacking experience with FreeBSD.
>> The time port maintainers have spent developing patch sets that ensure an
>> easy build and install is not being leveraged. The time you spend
>> developing
>> your own workarounds to build software with the various autotools is more
>> waste, you are duplicating efforts already made by others. The amount of
>> time and effort you will spend when it comes time to update is effort
>> wasted, because now you are duplicating the efforts of others yet *again*.
>> If the company policy is dictated by people who have no concept of how to
>> manage efficient man-hour usage, and who will not listen when others have
>> superior suggestions, your company has other problems besides it's lack of
>> knowledge concerning FreeBSD.
>> -Mike
> If management refuses to listen to reason, you can still benefit from
> the efforts of the port maintainers by studying their makefiles and
> patches. Their stuff builds and installs correctly, or it would never
> have been committed into the portstree.
> It's probably a lot easier to understand the FreeBSD porting system than
> it is to understand the autotools suite.  ;-)
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Ok, can we get off subject of managment and get to the actual subject
of this issue?
I didn't had any issues while doing exact same thing on another box,
so, it's this particular box that wont compile it properly
is there any suggestions towards solution for this particular problem
(other then changing managment) =)


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