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Re: pkg/41965: wm/afterstep fails to install MANY files (NetBSD 4.0/i386)
The following reply was made to PR pkg/41965; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: Robert Elz <kre%munnari.OZ.AU@localhost>
Subject: Re: pkg/41965: wm/afterstep fails to install MANY files (NetBSD
Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2009 18:21:24 +0700
Whatever caused the large number of missing installed files
seems to be fixed now (and as afterstep has (still) not
changed, this must have been a side effect of a bug that
came and went somewhere else).
However, there remains one PLIST problem in afterstep, so this
PR is not quite ready to close yet...
A build today produces:
=> Checking file-check results for afterstep-2.1.2nb8
ERROR: The following files are in the PLIST but not in /usr/pkg:
*** Error code 1
make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/wm/afterstep
*** Error code 1
Other references to AfterStep.Desktop in the build log are ...
config.status: creating Makefile
config.status: creating AfterStep.spec
config.status: creating AfterStep.desktop
config.status: creating afterstep/Makefile
===> Installing for afterstep-2.1.2nb8
=> Generating pre-install file lists
installing AfterStep.desktop into /usr/pkg/share/xsessions/
cd afterstep; /usr/pkg/bin/gmake install || exit 1; cd ..
gmake: Entering directory
/bin/rm -f -r /usr/pkg/share/afterstep_old
/bin/mv /usr/pkg/share/afterstep /usr/pkg/share/afterstep_old
That's it that I can see.
Note that /usr/pkg/share/xsessions/AfterStep.desktop does exist
(and is also mentioned in the PLIST, separately from the PLIST
entry that is generating the error).
The only lines that mention gnome in the build log (where that 5
character string appear, in any context) are reproduced above, that
string apepars as a part of the pathname:
where it appears in the error, and the 2 warnings (that should be errors
The only pkg installed whose name (or description) matches "gnome"
(in any case combination) when the afterstep build stops, is libxml2-2.7.3nb1
My guess is that perhaps if gnome is installed, afterstep's configure
notices that, and installs a 2nd copy of AfterStep.Desktop - that kind
of hidden variation must be eliminate from pkgsrc packages (either explicitly
require gnome, or totally ignore it).
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