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Re: libFoundation + sope
On 26/08/2009 6:24 PM, Thomas Klausner wrote:
On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 12:44:44PM +1000, 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.
I'm not sure if it's buildlinks problem, it usually copies all the
stuff under include. I think that the appropriate -I is not added to
the compiler flags, but I haven't been able to find a way to add them.
Does someone here speak gnustep-make (or whatever is needed here) and
can take a look at it?
Sorry, you're right, I was actually copying the files from within the
buildlink directory ... but at least you knew what I was implying :)
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 guess it's because it wants to install to /usr/pkg/Local and the
PLIST doesn't expect that (/Local in particular).
Yeah, this GNUstep thing has me a bit lost. I'm going to avoid it for
now unless Louis has something I can test.
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