Subject: problems building some of the xmms plugins....
To: NetBSD Packages Technical Discussion List <tech-pkg@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Greg A. Woods <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 11/02/2001 22:19:00
I've just been testing a package for xmms-nas, and thought I'd try some
of the other plugins too, only to encounter some problems building them:

===> Building for xmms-vismsa-0.2
cd /var/package-obj/audio/xmms-vismsa/work/vismsa-xmms-plugin-0.2 ; make clean
rm -f *.o core *.so*  *.la *.so
rm -fr .libs
/usr/pkg/bin/libtool  cc -I/var/package-obj/audio/xmms-vismsa/work/.buildlink/include -I/var/package-obj/audio/xmms-vismsa/work/.buildlink/include -O2  -I/usr/pkg/share/x11-links/include -pipe -O2 -I/usr/pkg/share/x11-links/include -pipe -O2 /opt -Wall -fPIC `/var/package-obj/audio/xmms-vismsa/work/.buildlink/bin/gtk-config --cflags gthread`  -c vismsa.c
mkdir .libs
cc -I/var/package-obj/audio/xmms-vismsa/work/.buildlink/include -I/var/package-obj/audio/xmms-vismsa/work/.buildlink/include -O2 -I/usr/pkg/share/x11-links/include -pipe -O2 -I/usr/pkg/share/x11-links/include -pipe -O2 /opt -Wall -fPIC -I/var/package-obj/audio/xmms-vismsa/work/.buildlink/include/gtk-1.2 -I/var/package-obj/audio/xmms-vismsa/work/.buildlink/include/glib/glib-1.2 -I/var/package-obj/audio/xmms-vismsa/work/.buildlink/lib/glib/include -D_REENTRANT -I/usr/pkg/share/x11-links/include -c vismsa.c  -fPIC -DPIC -o .libs/vismsa.o
cc: cannot specify -o with -c or -S and multiple compilations

I don't even see what's wrong here -- where's the "multiple
compilations" coming from?  There's only one source file there as far as
I can see, and no '-S' that I can see either....

I get essentially the same error for xmms-dflowers, xmms-dscope,
and xmms-dspectogram.

On the other hand xmms-dspectral and xmms-neato built and work just fine.

FYI this is NetBSD 1.5W on i386 with egcs-1.1.2.

(and yes, I'll send-pr the xmms-nas package as soon as I get my pkgsrc
converted over to the new pkg-less hierarchy, or before if someone wants
it as-is)

[[ now if only mpg123, or xmms, or something, had a "start saving this
MP3 stream to disk now!" button (and a corresponding stop option) I'd be
really happy!  :-)   Looks like the Ogg plugin might be able to do this,
though not on demand.... ]]

							Greg A. Woods

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