Subject: Re: gpatch?
To: Juan RP <email@example.com>
From: MLH <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/10/2004 13:07:58
> On Wed, 10 Mar 2004 12:57:37 -0600 (CST)
> email@example.com (MLH) wrote:
> > => Checksum OK for patch-2.5.4.tar.gz.
> > ===> Extracting for patch-2.5.4nb2
> > ===> Required package gcc3-c>=3.0: NOT found
> > ===> Verifying package for ../../lang/gcc3-c
> > ===> *** No /export/home/pkgbin/distfiles/pkg-vulnerabilities file found,
> > ===> *** skipping vulnerability checks. To fix, install
> > ===> *** the pkgsrc/security/audit-packages package and run
> > ===> *** '/usr/pkg/sbin/download-vulnerability-list'.
> > ===> Patching for gcc3-c-3.3.3
> > ===> Applying pkgsrc patches for gcc3-c-3.3.3
> > /bin/sh: /usr/pkg/bin/gpatch: not found
> > Patch /usr/pkgsrc/lang/gcc3-c/patches/patch-ab failed
> Try specifying PATCH on mk.conf, don't you have patch in your system?
Ok. Actually I think using bpatch is a move in the right direction
because solaris' /bin/patch had problems last I tried to use it.
I was using the installed SUNWspro cc, but I think I'll install
the solaris gcc3 and try to build gpatch using that.
> I don't know nothing about Solaris, but it should have this at least, right?
$ which patch
but devel/gcc3 maybe can't use it? Might be nice to document this
in the bootstrap-pkgsrc for Solaris so someone else trying to use
SUNWspro cc doesn't trip over it.