Subject: Re: p5-Digest-MD5 build error
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Ja'far Railton <email@example.com>
Date: 06/18/2004 00:11:48
On Thu, 17 Jun 2004 23:44:46 +0200 Klaus Heinz
> You don't need this variable, everything should work without it. But
> as I cannot repeat your problem on 1.6.2 I wondered wether you had
> set this variable which changes the directory where the packages are
OK. That's what I thought .
> Did you update pkgsrc selectively (which is not supported) instead of
> a complete update of /usr/pkgsrc/? Did you "make clean" in
Well I started with the stable pkgsrc.tgz and mostly updated it with cvs
-q update -dP. I don't really know if this is the proper way - I
was never sure if this was giving me a -current pkgsrc rather than stable. In the latter days I may have tried to update spamassassin and then p5-Digest-MD5 selectively. I have done 'make clean' and also 'make clean-update' for the whole directory on different occasions. Everything started going wrong after a pkg_chk -u after which spamassassin disappeared...
> If nothing else helps I suggest to start with
> a fresh copy of pkgsrc.
That's what I've done now. I deleted pkgsrc and did cvs checkout -P
pkgsrc. Then I did cvs -r update pkgsrc-2004Q1 -P (I think it was). It
might not be the easiest way of getting the stable branch but I was
going by what I'd come accross in the "build strategy" thread on this list.
Thanks for your help.