Subject: devel/gmake annoyance on Solaris
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Stoned Elipot <email@example.com>
Date: 08/15/2002 01:28:50
the micro- and nano-second timestamp support of gmake on solaris is
annoying. Among other things it makes other pkg build failing: like
gcc's which try to run gperf because it thinks some gperf generated
files - and supplied in the tarball - are out of date.
So I was considering adding '--disable-nsec-timestamps' to this package
CONFIGURE_ARGS. I was wondering about how to introduce it:
- per OPSYS (see below)
- per user (read bsd.pkg.defaults.mk) switch
What do you people feel about it ?
BTW netbsd support by way of st_?timespec members is not detect by
gmake's configure. Any takers -liking this feature- it is pretty easy to add
this to gmake's acinclude.m4 :)