Subject: Re: pkg/29448
To: None <,,>
From: A L Meyers <>
List: pkgsrc-bugs
Date: 06/12/2005 09:03:01
The following reply was made to PR pkg/29448; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: A L Meyers <>
To: "Johnny C. Lam" <>
Subject: Re: pkg/29448
Date: Sun, 12 Jun 2005 11:02:22 +0200

 Johnny C. Lam wrote:
 > On Sun, Jun 12, 2005 at 09:55:03AM +0200, A L Meyers wrote:
 >>makedepend  --   -I/usr/X11R6/include    -Dlinux -D__i386__ 
 >>           -DFUNCPROTO=15 -DNARROWPROTO   -I/usr/include/X11 
 >>-I./libsprite -I../common -Wall  -DXVENDORNAME='"The X.Org 
 >>`echo main.o data.o images.o sintab.o socket.o message.o 
 >>playerwin.o     motd.o redraw.o input.o outfit.o dash.o option.o 
 >>defaults.o  | sed -e 's/\.o/.c/g'`
 >>makedepend: warning:  /usr/include/gnu/stubs.h:  non-portable 
 >>whitespace encountered at line 7
 >>making all in ./libsprite...
 >>make: invalid option -- C
 >>Usage: make [-Beiknqrst] [-D variable] [-d flags] [-f makefile ]
 >>            [-I directory] [-j max_jobs] [-m directory] [-V variable]
 >>            [variable=value] [target ...]
 > Thanks for the quick response!  My apologies on this one... I should
 > have looked a little more closely at this package.  I see that it's
 > using imake and xmkmf to build, but the package doesn't note that it
 > needs those tools.  Could you please update to revision 1.10 of
 > pkgsrc/games/tanked/Makefile and try building again?  If it fails,
 > could you please provide the following addition information?
 >    (1) What does "make show-var VARNAME=_USE_TOOLS" return?
 >    (2) What does "make show-var VARNAME=IMAKE_MAKE" return?
 >    (3) What does "ls -l work/.tools/bin/make" show?
 >    (4) If /usr/bin/make exists on your system, is it GNU make?
 > 	Thanks!
 > 	-- Johnny Lam <>
 Hello Johnny!
 The pkgsrc server is down now (Saturday nights, Sundays ?) so I 
 cannot update this morning but I did so yesterday.  Sorry I do not 
 fully understand your questions and instructions, because my 
 pkgsrc on Mandranke Linux 10.1 tells me to use bmake instead of 
 make.  The original Linux make (usr/bin/make) is GNU make.  Please 
 let me know if I should use "bmake" or "make" for 1 to 3 above.
 Thanks and best regards,