Subject: Re: my pkgsrc/www/mozilla-1.1nb1 and phoenix-0.4 builds are "suddenly"
To: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Oleg Polyanski <Oleg.Polianski@team.telstraclear.co.nz>
Date: 12/04/2002 11:51:54
>>>>> "Greg" == Greg A Woods writes:
>> Subject: Re: my pkgsrc/www/mozilla-1.1nb1 and phoenix-0.4 builds are
>> "suddenly" failing....
>> >>>>> "Greg" == Greg A Woods writes:
>> Uninstall the `openldap' package, compile the LDAP related code
>> in mozilla/phoenix, then reinstall OpenLDAP again. `pkg_tarup'
>> is your friend here.
Mozilla comes with an in-tree copy of an LDAP client library,
which causes a conflict during the compilation with the locally
installed `openldap' package, they happen to define same
constants, prototypes etc in portions of their client API. It has
always been like that, may be it has only recently been fixed in
our build scripts - can't remember if I removed the `openldap'
package when I was rebuilding `mozilla' and `phoenix' last time.
Greg> Huh? How's that supposed to work?
Greg> There's no CONFLICTS saying that mozilla et al won't install
Greg> with OpenLDAP already installed.
Greg> If there should be a CONFLICTS then that doesn't explain how
Greg> I've built nearly a half-dozen different versions of each of
Greg> the various mozillas and their variants with OpenLDAP
Greg> installed (2.0.23 it was).
Greg> It also doesn't explain why I do a "cd /usr/pkgsrc && cvs
Greg> update" and suddenly encounter the error where there was none