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Re: sysutils/cdrtools fails to build on -current
On Wednesday 12 March 2008 21:07:00 raymond.meyer%rambler.ru@localhost wrote:
> Hi, I'm running NetBSD 4.99.55, when building cdrtools I get the following
> error messages
> ==> LINKING "OBJ/sparc-netbsd-gcc/cdda2wav"
> OBJ/sparc-netbsd-gcc/cdda2wav.o: In function `main':
> cdda2wav.c:(.text+0x4188): undefined reference to `sched_get_priority_min'
> cdda2wav.c:(.text+0x4190): undefined reference to `sched_get_priority_max'
> cdda2wav.c:(.text+0x41b8): undefined reference to `sched_setscheduler'
> gmake: *** [OBJ/sparc-netbsd-gcc/cdda2wav] Error 1
> Any ideas how to fix it?
Well looks like librt is not linked here. I looked at
sysutils/cdrtools/Makefile and right at the end it checks for priority
scheduling under NetBSD, but for some reason it is not picked up later. Can
somebody look into this?
The weird thing is, even though you get compiler errors like above, the build
does not stop and continues all the way to the end. One way you know
something went wrong is when you type 'make install' and 'make package' and
install complains about missing files, like cdda2wav and cdrecord.
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