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Re: math/py-numpy

> On Sep 18, 2019, at 12:38 AM, Roland Illig <> wrote:
> Am 18.09.2019 um 07:43 schrieb Roland Illig:
>> Am September 18, 2019 4:17:54 AM UTC schrieb Brook Milligan <>:
>>> I am trying to compile math/py-numpy.  The native compiler is gcc 4.8.5
>>> and I have set USE_NATIVE_GCC=yes in etc/mk.conf.  However, it still
>>> insists on building lang/gcc48.  However, I am having trouble figuring
>>> out the compiler selection logic in mk/ and friends.
>>> Why is not setting USE_NATIVE_GCC sufficient to avoid building
>>> lang/gcc48?
>> Please run "make show-all-gcc". My guess is that CC=cc, but needs to be CC=gcc since ${GCCBASE}/bin/${CC:[1]:T} must exist.
>> I already promised to fix this but didn't find the time yet.
> I just fixed that particular problem in mk/compiler/ 1.206.
> Still, when setting USE_NATIVE_GCC, you also must set GCCBASE, and
> curiously there is no PKG_FAIL_REASON for this case. I wonder why.

GCCBASE is necessary even when the native compiler is in the path?

mk/compiler/ says:

#	If using a native GCC and the compiler is not in $PATH then
#	this should be set to the base installation directory.

Is that incorrect?


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