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Re: CVS commit: pkgsrc/net/mldonkey-gui
On 7/22/2012 23:43, Bernd Ernesti wrote:
On Sun, Jul 22, 2012 at 08:35:05PM +0200, John Marino wrote:
On 7/21/2012 11:03, Bernd Ernesti wrote:
On Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 02:13:53PM +0000, John Marino wrote:
Module Name: pkgsrc
Committed By: marino
Date: Fri Jul 20 14:13:53 UTC 2012
net/mldonkey-gui: CONFIGURE_ARGS+= --disable-option-checking
On DragonFly, this package always halted on the configure stage with the
message, "configure: error: unrecognized options: --with-libintl-prefix"
We couldn't find the source of this obsolete configure option, it didn't
come from mldonkey and devel/gettext-lib isn't a dependency. Adding
--disable-option-checking changed allowed this to be a warning rather than
a fatal error and also allows a successful build.
Background: DragonFly doesn't have libintl in base.
It sounds like devel/gettext-lib needs to be added and not working around
that by introducing another option.
Many, many packages emit "--with-libintl-prefix" unrecognized errors
on DragonFly, this is the only one set to fail fatally because of
it. The Reason NetBSD users aren't seeing it is that libintl is
part of the base system so I think this configuration option is
suppressed on that system.
What probably needs to happen is that all the
--with/out-libintl-prefix options need to be removed completely as
modern configure doesn't recognize it. That's not my decision. For
now, putting this configure script to work like all the others that
use libintl is good enough. It's a pkgsrc problem, not an individual
And the problem isn't adding devel/gettext-lib is a dependency.
Imagine the pile of hate I'd get adding an unneeded dependency to a
Where is the PR?
P.S. You should repect a Reply-To and/or Mail-Followup-To
Where is the PR for what?
The immediate problem has been resolved. mldonkey-gui should not have
been exiting the configure script based on an unrecognized configure
The libintl-prefix issue is known.
At this time, I am not intending on following either topic further.
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