Subject: pkg/15459: lang/python/pyversion.mk is not make-safe
To: None <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/01/2002 22:59:28
>Synopsis: lang/python/pyversion.mk is not make-safe
>Arrival-Date: Fri Feb 01 20:00:01 PST 2002
>Originator: Allen Briggs
>Release: current from 19 July 2001
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current userland (19 July 2001), although it's vaguely possible that
make(1) had been updated before to something between 19Jul01
current kernel (23 Jan 2002)
current pkgsrc (1 Feb 2002)
System: NetBSD firecat.ninthwonder.com 1.5ZA NetBSD 1.5ZA (FIRECAT) #0: Wed Jan 23 23:40:46 EST 2002 email@example.com:/b/netbsd-current/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/FIRECAT i386
When I attempted to install x11/gnome-python, it installed
'-gnome-1.4.0' instead of 'py22-gnome-1.4.0' or 'py21-gnome-1.4.0'.
I don't know exactly why, but updating make(1) to 1 Feb 2002 -current
worked around the problem.
Since pkgsrc is supposed to be version-agnostic, I don't believe that
this is a fix, per se.
Not sure the easiest way, but it might be sufficient to build make
from a NetBSD source date of 19Jul01 and use that to run 'make' in
x11/gnome-python and observe what package it attempts to build.
I don't know. :-(