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Re: Old octave issue
Ineeed, I ended up simply doing a local hack and editing the PLIST file,
but it would be good to see a solution incorporated into pkgsrc itself.
I don't claim that the solution that I provided previously is the
"right" one, but it works and I haven't seen any proposals for
With regards to the directory mismatch issue, an alternative solution
would be to alter how MACHINE_GNU_PLATFORM is generated so that it is
more consistent with autoconf's config.guess. That seems like the more
correct approach, but it would impact more than just Octave.
On Thu, Oct 16, 2014 at 09:22:43 -0500, Jason Bacon wrote:
> I'm encountering an issue with the install stage for math/octave on
> CentOS Linux.
> The problem and an apparent solution are cited here:
> However, this patch does not appear to have been applied. Anyone
> still working on this?
> Jason W. Bacon
> Circumstances don't make a man:
> They reveal him.
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