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Re: pkg/51266: devel/gobject-introspection build fails on i386-7.99.32

The following reply was made to PR pkg/51266; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: "John D. Baker" <>
Subject: Re: pkg/51266: devel/gobject-introspection build fails on i386-7.99.32
Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2016 16:52:51 -0500 (CDT)

 On Sun, 31 Jul 2016, John D. Baker wrote:
 > Using the base system installed from the TNF amd64 snapshot, all problem
 > packages successfully build again.  Now that I've rebuilt my local
 > releases from scratch, I'll update with my local build and try this
 > again.  (I'll wait until I have my entire complement of packages built
 > before I try it, though.)
 After updating the amd64 host's local-disk installation to my local build
 (non-update, to empty OBJDIR, DESTDIR, etc.,), attempting to rebuild
 "devel/gobject-instrospection" fails in the same fashion as originally
 This would seem to indicate that something has corrupted my source tree
 in such a way that building succeeds, but the runtime of some library
 or another is broken.  It seems to affect only i386 and amd64 ports.
 It does not appear to have affected macppc or sparc (to the extent that
 anything I build for sparc uses 'gobject-introspection').
 The amd64 release I install is done on one build host while all the
 others are built on a different build host.  While I build amd64 on the
 alternate build host as well, I've never actually installed the resulting
 sets.  As a confirmation, I'll update to an amd64 release built on the
 alternate host.
 I suppose there's nothing for it but to remove my -current source
 tree and check it out fresh.
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