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Re: pkg/44016: x11/gtk must be linked against libintl
The following reply was made to PR pkg/44016; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: Stefan Schaeckeler <schaecsn%gmx.net@localhost>
Subject: Re: pkg/44016: x11/gtk must be linked against libintl
Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2010 12:46:13 -0800 (PST)
> Do you have any the the environment variable: CPATH CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH or
> LIBRARY_PATH set, if so please try unseting them and rebuilding the
> package after a 'make clean'.
These variables are not set. I'm now closer to solving the problem:
I have a stable pkgsrc branch installed under /usr/local. Nothing special
Then, I compile a second pkgsrc into /usr/current. I don't actually use these
programs. I just compile there either pkgsrc-current or a new stable pkgsrc
branch. If it compiles there cleanly, I'll upgrade pkgsrc under /usr/local.
Quick info about my second pkgsrc installation under /usr/current:
Programs are compiled with /usr/current in PATH:
PATH=/usr/current/bin:/usr/current/sbin:$PATH bmake install clean
Just figured out that if I remove /usr/local (e.g. mv /usr/local
/usr/local.tmp), then gtk compiles cleanly under /usr/current.
So far, I never had problems with my parallel pkgsrc installation under
/usr/current. This is now the first time.
Should I ask in a mailing list why this problem arises? Guess it has nothing
to do with a suspected bug in x11/gtk.
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