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Re: libFoundation + sope
On 27/08/2009 1:55 AM, Louis Guillaume wrote:
Sarton O'Brien wrote:
For some reason when compiling a program that depends on libFoundation
I'm required to copy files from
/usr/pkg/include/libFoundation/x86_64/netbsd/GNU into a relevant
location or the program won't compile. Buildlink doesn't seem to be
aware of these files.
NetBSD sammy.internal 5.99.15 NetBSD 5.99.15 (XEN3_DOMU) #1: Thu Jul
30 14:41:07 EST 2009
After compiling SOPE, the above being a prerequisite, doing a 'make
package' against SOPE fails with over a buffers worth of 'can't stat'
I have a newer version of sope packaged locally that appears to work
(although I'm still testing). The version in www/sope is very old and I
needed one that was patched to work with the "SOGo" (scalable open
It builds, but requires the pkgsrc-current gnustep packages and also
does not require libFoundation.
At any rate, the version of sope in pkgsrc is very much outdated. The
version I'm building has sogo-specific patches, which make it no longer
"sope" as released by its maintainers. I plan to call the package
sogo-sope and that may be a viable alternate package for you.
Unfortunately my testing is going slowly due to time constraints and
lack of experience building pacakges, so I can't say I have things
working yet. But I will try to get the packages in wip or some such
thing once I've got it to a point of actually working.
You legend. I'm trying _not_ to install debian in a domu just for a SOGo
instance and was looking at the available options. Compiling up the
latest sope was more than a headache and with my current workload, just
not viable. I'm pretty sure the SOGo errors I'm getting are sope
related, seeing as SOGo requires the latest svn co of sope.
I for one will be most appreciative of your efforts :)
You weren't planning on pkgsrcing SOGo aswell were you? ;)
I'd be happy to test anything you have so far. If you are a way off, I
can go the debian way temporarily and switch when you have something usable.
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