Subject: dependency on gcc3-c++ and gcc3-c too strict
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/10/2005 12:39:37
Yesterday, I needed fortran. It was installed, but for some reason, pkgsrc
wanted to use the latest and greatest version from pkgsrc. I stopped this
and forced it to use my old one (for fttw and it worked fine).
But my gcc3-c did get bumped to 3.3.5.
And today when building qt3-libs, it now forced me to update to
gcc3-c++-3.3.5. Well, I guess this is fine for my build system.
But maybe not fine for my system where I will be running the binaries.
Now my package has:
But my non-pkgsrc (no pkgsrc builds) system has gcc3-c++-3.3.4 and
Now I see that I don't have any REQUIRES= or PROVIDES= for qt3-libs and
gcc3-c++. I see why. The bsd.pkg.mk checks for ^(bin|sbin|libexec)\/ and
^lib starting from front of line in .PLIST. I have changed it to use
(^|\/) and will test and commit. Now back to my real issue ...
qt3/bin/moc requires libstdc++.so.5 and libgcc_s.so.1
qt3/lib/libqt-mt.so.3.0.3 requires libstdc++.so.5 and libgcc_s.so.1.
And gcc3-c++-3.3.5 provides gcc3/lib/libstdc++.so.5
and gcc3-c-3.3.5 provides gcc3/lib/libgcc_s.so.1.
And older version:
montecristo:~$ awk '/(^|\/)lib\/lib.*\.so\.[0-9]+$/' /var/db/pkg/gcc3-c*-3.3.4/+CONTENTS
I believe that gcc-c and gcc3-c++ libraries from 3.3.4 are good enough to
work with packages built with 3.3.5.
How can the compiler.mk (or other) framework improve this so the
(and maybe others) which end up at
are not so strict?
Jeremy C. Reed
open source, Unix, *BSD, Linux training