can't compile lang/gcc port
xavierfreebsdquestions at gmail.com
Tue May 14 20:54:15 UTC 2013
On Tue, May 14, 2013 at 10:31:11PM +0200, Roland Smith wrote:
> On Tue, May 14, 2013 at 09:07:59PM +0200, Xavier wrote:
> > >
> > > There is probably a compiler error somewhere before the lines that you posted.
> > > Can you show a little bit more?
> > >
> > I don't show more lines because the log is very long for paste here.
> > I can send directly to your private email the 1.6 MB of log file ? For
> > your review.
> Don't send me the whole log file! Using e.g. grep(1) or the old-fasfioned
> eyeball look for the _first_ line in the log file that contains the word
> "error". Post that line and some lines before and after it here on the mailing
> list. At a minimum, these lines should show;
> - what was the command that failed (compiler, linker, ...)
> - what was the _exact_ error message?
> - which file was it processing when the error occurred?
> For an example look below:
> clang -O2 -pipe -pipe -fmerge-constants --fast-math -DDEBUG -pipe -fmerge-constants --fast-math -DVERSION=\"3.0.0beta2\" -DPACKAGE=\"stl2pov\" -c ftobuf.c
> clang: error: unsupported option '--fast-math'
> *** [ftobuf.o] Error code 1
> Stop in /home/rsmith/src/progs/attic/stl2pov3.
> The line containing the word "error" tells you what went wrong. In this case
> the clang compiler got an option it doesn't recognize. The line _before_ shows
> the actual command that was run. The line _after_, starting with '***' is a
> notification from the 'make' program that building the file ftobuf.o failed.
> But this line is _useless_ without the lines before it.
Here an overview of log error:
( I cut in middle log for limit of 500 KB in pastebin.com web site ).
Thanks, see you.
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