Subject: Re: First pkgsrc pkg, "netbsdelf" not supported - help!
To: None <email@example.com>
From: poff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/19/2003 22:17:37
Great! Worked a charm. No need to regenerate autoconf, as I just added:
Now all I need to do is make a patch, and I'll submit the new package for
scrutiny to the list first.
On Sat, Jul 19, 2003 at 10:36:07AM +0200, Thomas Klausner wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 19, 2003 at 07:56:18AM +0200, poff wrote:
> > I tried to compile a wmdockapp called "wmclockmon" and it failed at the
> > configure stage:
> > "Sorry but netbsdelf not supported yet."
> The author has special cases in the configure script for all
> OS's he wants to support, and while there are freebsd* and openbsd*
> cases, there is no netbsd* case -- you'll have to find out which variables
> should be set in that case, add them to configure.ac and run autoconf
> (and perhaps friends) to regenerate configure (and Makefile.in's).
> > The author pointed me out to the ELF Faq which had the words -current in
> > which, as a winmodem dialup user, just make me shudder all over (while I
> > still had adsl I downloaded all the current source, about a month ago, but
> > I'd like to keep the 1.6.1 system just for a bit).
> 1.6 is already ELF.
> > http://poff.sixbit.org/tmp/pkgsrc/wmclockmon/Makefile
> The master site is wrong.
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