Matthias Ferdinand <mf+ml.pkgsrc-users%netzwerkagentursaarland.de@localhost> writes: > If I use > > GCC_REQD=4.7 > USE_CWRAPPERS=yes > PKGSRC_COMPILER= ccache gcc > > I end up with the system compiler being used (gcc 4.0.3), although > $WRKDIR/.gcc/bin/gcc symlinks to /opt/pkgsrc/gcc47/bin/gcc. clamav does > not build with 4.0.3. > > no ccache, no cwrappers: gcc 4.7.4 > just ccache, no cwrappers: gcc 4.7.4 > no ccache, just cwrappers: gcc 4.7.4 > ccache + cwrappers: gcc 4.0.3 That looks like a bug in either cwrappers or a latent bug in ccache code that triggered by cwrappers. I would set PKG_DEBUG_LEVEL=1 (or maybe 2) and capture the output, and try to find where the links are created and trace it down. I suspect most peopel are building with their native compiler and don't notice, because at first glance this bug seems to be only when system gcc and chosen gcc differ.
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