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Re: Problem with depending on sysutils/file
OBATA Akio wrote:
On Thu, 18 Sep 2008 17:29:25 +0900, Jens Rehsack <rehsack%web.de@localhost>
Jens Rehsack wrote:
I'm creating a small perl module to use libmagic to avoid massive forking.
Because we're using in our environment, I created a small pkg (Perl module
is not uploaded to CPAN, so it can't work for anyone except us!) and added
> .include "../../sysutils/file/buildlink3.mk"
> .include "../../lang/perl5/module.mk"
line, which is more or less mandatory for each perl pkg. But bmake didn't
recognize the dependency. On our RHEL4 machines, the OS has an file-4.10,
which may be found and accepted, because sysutils/file/buildlink3.mk
requires older versions for compatibility:
> BUILDLINK_API_DEPENDS.file+= file>=4.09
> BUILDLINK_ABI_DEPENDS.file+= file>=4.09nb1
I increased these numbers up to the current version of file (4.26 - patch
attached until current steps), but no change - sysutils/file is not added
Any idea what I must do to get a reliable dependency added?
It is because builtin libmagic is picked up.
Change sysutils/file/builtin.mk to detect version of builtin file package
if you are really want to avoid pick up old builtin version.
I'll see what I can do tomorrow.
FreeBSD's Mk/bsd.ldap.mk should help ;)
But the more I use pkgsrc, the more I like the basic design ...
The next problem is, if I simply install sysutils/file and install my
File::Magic module, it links against /opt/pkgsrc/lib/libmagic.so and
displays a dynamic linker error, when this file
is not available (but /usr/lib64/libmagic.so is).
I don't know you File::Magic module, but why you can not use
The same reason why I discarded File::Type - another implementation of the
same thing. But Micheal Hendricks <michael%ndrix.org@localhost> pointed me to
File::LibMagic which makes a great job and is much more advanced than my
newbie-start with XS ;-)
The pkg for it is built, I submit it when I solved the sysutils/file thing.
Thanks for your assistance (again).
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