ports/175776: patching x11-servers/xorg-server fails

Barbara Guida barbara.freebsd at gmail.com
Sat Feb 2 15:50:43 UTC 2013


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Niclas Zeising wrote:
> On 02/02/13 16:25, Barbara Guida wrote:
>> Niclas Zeising wrote:
>>> On 02/02/13 13:52, Tsurutani Naoki wrote:
>>>> xorg-server-1.10.6_2,1 xorg-vfbserver-1.10.6_1,1 are
>>>> installed. All the Xorg related ports are installed after
>>>> setting "WITH_NEW_XORG=1".
>>>> 
>>>> Niclas Zeising <zeising at freebsd.org> wrote:
>>>> 
>>>>> On 02/02/13 13:09, Tsurutani Naoki wrote:
>>>>>> Thank you for your reply.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Both files on my host are just same with that on SVN 
>>>>>> repository you pointed. I think only 
>>>>>> "files/extra-new-arch-i386" is used with
>>>>>> "WITH_NEW_XORG=1". The file
>>>>>> "hw/xfree86/common/compiler.h" made by "make extract"
>>>>>> differs from the one expeced by the patch file (see line
>>>>>> 1335 and 1371). Is there anything wrong on my host or on 
>>>>>> my thought ?
>>>>>> 
>>>>> 
>>>>> Only extra-new-arch-i386 is used when compiling with 
>>>>> WITH_NEW_XORG. Both patches fixes the same issue, but in 
>>>>> different versions of xorg-server, the old and the new.
>>>>> Which version of xorg-server are getting built?  Is it the
>>>>> correct one?  As I previously said, I can't reproduce this
>>>>> issue, and I've been running builds for different freebsd
>>>>> versions of i386 both with old and new xorg during the
>>>>> night without problems. Regards! -- Niclas Zeising
>>>>> 
>>>> 
>> 
>>> Hi! I finally managed to reproduce this, and a patch is in the 
>>> works.  Can you please try the attached patch?  Remember to
>>> apply it with patch -E to remove empty files. Regards!
>> 
>> 
>> It seems that extra-arch-i386 from (1) is missing, it's not
>> created by the patch.
>> 
>> (1) @ line #13 of new patch +EXTRA_PATCHES+=
>> ${FILESDIR}/extra-arch-i386
>> 
>> 
> 
> Here is an updated patch.  Apparently, by default svn does not
> include copied files in diffs, which caught me by surprise. 
> Regards!
> 

This one applied successfully for me! (tested with WITH_NEW_XORG=1).

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