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pkg/42707: devel/p5-Date-Manip triggers NetBSD 4 make bug (NetBSD 4.0 / i386) (+FIX)
>Synopsis: devel/p5-Date-Manip triggers NetBSD 4 make bug (NetBSD 4.0 /
>Arrival-Date: Sat Jan 30 12:35:00 +0000 2010
>Originator: Robert Elz
>Release: NetBSD 4.0 / i386 (pkgsrc current as of 2010-01-30)
Prince of Songkla University
System: NetBSD jade.coe.psu.ac.th 4.0_STABLE NetBSD 4.0_STABLE
(JADE-1.696-20080517) #9: Fri May 23 18:55:13 ICT 2008
devel/p5-Date-Manip generates its Makefile from a perl script.
Like many generated Makefile (or Makefile pieces) this tends to
create very long lines (logical lines, continued with \ as usual).
The generated Makefile here has 5 of them, 3 of which end up being
more than 64KB long (one of those is almost 128KB) on my system.
That's enough to trigger the NetBSD 4 make bug related to handling
long Makefile lines.
I use pkg_comp with NetBSD 4.0 release sets installed (and libkver,
but that's not important here). (Nor is it important that I use
pkgsrc modular xorg instead of the x* sets, but that is true.)
In that environment, building (well, attempting to build)
devel/p5-Date-Manip results in ...
Writing Makefile for Date::Manip
===> Building for p5-Date-Manip-6.05
 Segmentation fault (core dumped) /usr/bin/env USE...
*** Error code 139
make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/devel/p5-Date-Manip
*** Error code 1
The core dump is from make.
First, handle PR pkg/42704 - then, depending upon how that
ends up being done, perhaps add
to pkgsrc/devel/p5-Date-Manip/Makefile (perhaps conditional
on the OS being NetBSD 4). (Using gmake should also solve
the problem if 42704 isn't handled in a timely manner.)
I have verified that using bmake allows this package to build
correctly on NetBSD 4.0.
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