devel/libsoup-2.32.2 Compile error _md5 problem
glarkin at FreeBSD.org
Fri Jan 21 16:02:49 UTC 2011
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On 1/21/11 12:41 AM, Chris Brennan wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 9:35 PM, Greg Larkin <glarkin at freebsd.org> wrote:
>> Hi David,
>> What is the output of the command "pkg_version -vL="? Can you build
>> libsoup successfully in a clean jail (no ports installed) with an
>> up-to-date ports tree?
>> - From what I've seen by Googling the error message "ImportError: No
>> module named _md5", you likely have a broken Python 2.6 installation.
>> Can you pkg_delete it and reinstall it as well, assuming you don't have
>> a boatload of ports that depend on it?
> Don't meant to hijkack this thread but my issue is slightly related. I.e.
> broken Python :( I've built and rebuild Python26 and migrated everything I
> can think of that depended on Py25 -> Py26 and stuff still goes boom.
> Horrible booms too! Most notably it's gobject-introspection and py-dbus and
> so much depends on these that I'm about to throw the switch on this box and
> start over again. When it does it claims it can't find the py26 headers
> tho.... what gives?
Please post some compiler output with the error message here, and that
might help someone troubleshoot the problem.
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