Subject: Re: lossage (expected?)
To: None <>
From: Tyler Retzlaff <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 07/09/2005 12:05:56
This was solved.

Yes, I was using pkgsrc-2005Q2.  However it came from the pkgsrc.tar.gz
tarball that was updated with -r.  The problem is the machine I  
updated it
on doesn't have my .cvsrc as such I was missing -d during the update.

I think you can figure out where this is going.  The reason ../../ 
wasn't found was because it didn't exist in the tarball, I'm silly  
for assuming
it did.

On 09/07/2005, at 1:06 AM, grant beattie wrote:

> On Fri, Jul 08, 2005 at 08:18:17PM +1000, Tyler Retzlaff wrote:
>> I've been seeing the following for packages that depend on perl:
>> bmake: "../../mk/../../mk/" line 63: warning:
>> "cd ../../lang/perl58 && /bin/pwd" returned non-zero status
>> sh: line 1: cd: ../../lang/perl58: No such file or directory
>> Is this the result of something busted in pkgsrc-2005Q2 at the  
>> moment?
> are you sure you're using 2005Q2? lang/perl58 exists on the branch,
> but not in -current (lang/perl5 became 5.8).
> grant.