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Re: Failure to build current pkgsrc - gobject-introspection
Riccardo Mottola <riccardo.mottola%libero.it@localhost> writes:
>> In short, you need to rebuild "glib2" and then "gobject-introspection"
>> will rebuild properly (as well as a few other packages which use it).
>> $ cd /wherever/pkgsrc/devel/glib2
>> $ make replace package clean
>> $ cd
>> $ pkg_rolling-replace -u [etc...]
> oh thank you. I di exactly that, in glib2, make replace && make clean.
> glib2 was actually up to date (checked first) ... but this helped
I realize this has been explained multiple times - but it seems that
there is something wrong. If a packaged isn't marked unsafe_depends
(because of a dependency being replaced), it causes problems, and
rebuilding it helps, then it seems there is some hidden dependency.
Does anyone understand what's wrong with glib2 in this case such that
rebuilding it helps? And how this problem is happening despite the
"rebuild things that depend on a replaced package"?
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