Thomas Klausner <wiz%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes: > On Fri, Jun 07, 2013 at 02:08:46PM +0200, Martin Husemann wrote: >> Recently math/fftw (which is used by e.g. audio/libsamplerate) grew a g95 >> dependency. >> >> Can we please split this out into a separate pkg (if it is used anywhere) >> or make it an option? >> >> The configure script has: >> >> --disable-fortran don't include Fortran-callable wrappers >> >> so implementation should be easy. >> >> I'm asking because g95 adds like ~1 week of build time for a pkg update >> now on my poor mp3 machine ;-) > > A bit on a tangent: > The package defines USE_LIBTOOL and has "fortran77" in USE_LANGUAGES. > But the fortran libtool package supports fortran95 only. > > I must confess I'm confused by how this is supposed to work. I am too. But I think that your tangent is the real issue. On a system with mostly 2013Q1 bits in pkgsrc, building fftw doesn't drag in anything heavy. I gather there was some reason for a recent change, but I wonder if that should be revisited.
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