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Re: zsh statically compiled


Could you try to add PKG_DEVELOPER=YES in your mk.conf
(or run 'make PKG_DEVELOPER=YES package')
and send me the result?

Thank you.

From:, Date: Sun, 31 May 2015 19:11:48 +0200

> Hi All,
>      I have sent the forwarded message to the list. The mail
> was accepted by the server but it does not seem to appear on the list.
> The reason is perhaps that it was too long since I have added a log
> of the compilation and the message size was about 60k.
> Anyway, after looking at many place, I finally made it to
> work by modifying the PLIST file to remove what I suppose to
> be a list of files used when dynamically compiled.
> The difference between the PLIST modified and the original one
> is the following:
> virtualisation# diff PLIST PLIST.orig 
> 133a134
>> ${PLIST.dynamic}share/zsh/${PKGVERSION}/scripts/newuser
> This seems to solve one of my problem. I would however appreciate
> some hints on how to create a package manually with the command
> "pkg_create".
> Kind regards
> rhino64
> ----- Forwarded message from -----
> Date: Sun, 31 May 2015 11:34:02 +0200
> From:
> To:
> Subject: zsh statically compiled
> User-Agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2009-06-14)
> Message-ID: <>
> Hi All,
>      I have a small problem when I try to compile zsh statically.
> The compilation itself works flawlessly but when a package
> should be made few files seems to be missing (which could
> be normal since no modules exist and all functionalities
> are in the executables). If zsh is compiled dynamically
> the package can be created.
> Unfortunately, I have no idea how to correct the problem. 
> One solution would be to make manually the package by using the command
> "pkg_create". I have done that with the following command: 
> "pkg_create -f /tmp/listezsh5.07.txt -c -"zsh-5.07 statically compiled" \
>             -d /tmp/longDesc.txt /var/tmp/zsh-5.07-static.tgz"
> The command works for creating the package, but when I try to install it
> I get the following error message:
>          virtualisation# pkg_add /var/tmp/zsh-5.07-static.tgz 
>          pkg_add: Not all required build information are present.
>          pkg_add: 1 package addition failed
>          virtualisation# 
> I would greatly appreciate any idea or hint.
> Best regards,
> rhino64
> ----- End forwarded message -----

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