Subject: Problems building cairo
To: None <tech-pkg@NetBSD.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 02/15/2006 11:27:16
(Hope this is the right list for this question ...)
Using pkgsrc, I am trying to build py-gtk2 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux WS
release 3 (Taroon Update 6)
I am consistently running into a problem building graphics/cairo that
results in the following error:
(...snip configure output prior to error ...)
config.status: executing depfiles commands
cairo will be compiled with the following surface backends:
the following font backends:
and the following features:
PNG functions: yes
configure: error: Cairo requires at least one font backend.
Please install freetype and fontconfig, then try again:
*** Error code 1
bmake: stopped in /m/mls/pkg/trees/dev/src/graphics/cairo
FreeType and fontconfig are installed, and pkg_info shows them as such.
I traced the error to .buildlink not having any symlinks to the
fontconfig.pc file and freetype2.pc file. (they are built in my pkgsrc
What I can't determine is why the wrapper phase does not detect these
packages that are installed in my pkgsrc tree.
First time was metadata from CVS dated Jan 19.
I also tried metadata from Feb 7th with the same result. (BTW, cairo
metadata does not cause fontconfig or freetype to be built automatically -
The graphics/cairo/buildink3.mk file provides the BUILDLINK_DEPENDS and
include for both freetype and fontconfig, so I don't know why the wrapper
phase doesn't create the links for these packages ...
I tried adding a post-wrapper target to the graphics/cairo/Makefile that
created the symlinks to the freetype2.pc and fontconfiig.pc files in
work/.buildlink/lib/pkgconfig and the build got further, but eventually
complained about not being able to find freetype headers ... I'm guessing
there are other symlinks that aren't there in the .buildlink/include dir
I can keep adding symlinks in the post-wrapper target, but this doesn't
solve the real problem.
I'm relatively new to pkgsrc, so not sure where to go from here ...
Any help will be appreciated ...
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