othyro%safetymail.info@localhost writes: > Not able to help with your maintainer issue; however... > >> [...] >> NetBSD doesn't implement getopt_long_only (which opensc doesn't >> actually use, and I'm assuming this is linuxy). >> [...] >> Before I continue, I want to ask: does anyone else care about >> opensc, and does anyone have any getopt_long_only clues? >> [...] > > Use getopt_long(). I don't remember if this was suggested to me by #pkgsrc or > something i derived on my own. Here's some discussion on the issue: > > https://code.google.com/p/wbar/issues/detail?id=55 That's fine, and good advice for upstream. The problem (I'm only 95% sure I have this all right) is that opensc uses getopt_long, but not getopt_long_only (this is actually ok) has an autoconf test for both versions uses a replacement version of both, unless *both* are provided uses a different signature, so the replacement version of getopt_long, so the build fails So I would fix this by dropping the ifdef on getopt_long in the test that adds the replacement.
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