Subject: Error code 1 without real error message
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From: Jeremy C. Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/27/2003 16:10:17
I recall reading some postings about how bmake or something else changed
so that error messages (or other feedback) is hidden.
I have been receiveing a lot of pkgsrc builds (different packages) failing
*** Error code 1
(And I think other numbers too.)
Without any explanation on the error itself.
I tried PKG_DEBUG_LEVEL=2 but it didn't provide any answers for me.
This last time it was with my bc package:
cd . && makeinfo --no-split `echo bc.texi | sed 's,.*/,,'`
So I ran it manually:
bc.texi:533: warning: unlikely character ( in @var.
... and so on ...
I see that was in my notes.
Why don't I see the error messages any more with bmake? What can I do to
get back the previous behaviour? (Or why should I use the current
Jeremy C. Reed